In Utah, religion is truly an all-or-nothing proposition

by | Mar. 28, 2012

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A new survey from Gallup details religious observance in America by dividing each state's population into three categories: very religious, moderately religious and nonreligious. And suffice it to say, the data reveals Utah's religiosity is far and away the most statistically extreme in the nation.

Specifically, the statistical uniqueness of the Beehive State's religiosity is captured in the following trends:

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