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Least religious states -- and Colorado's place on the list

Least religious states -- and Colorado's place on the list

Number 1: Mississippi

Very religious: 61 percent Moderately religious: 29 percent Nonreligious: 10 percent

Number 2: Utah

Very religious: 60 percent Moderately religious: 14 percent Nonreligious: 26 percent

Number 3: Alabama

Very religious: 57 percent Moderately religious: 28 percent Nonreligious: 15 percent

Number 4: Louisiana

Very religious: 56 percent Moderately religious: 29 percent Nonreligious: 15 percent

Number 5: South Carolina

Very religious: 54 percent Moderately religious: 27 percent Nonreligious: 18 percent

Least religious states -- and Colorado's place on the list

Number 6: Tennessee

Very religious: 54 percent Moderately religious: 29 percent Nonreligious: 17 percent

Number 7: Georgia

Very religious: 52 percent Moderately religious: 30 percent Nonreligious: 18 percent

Number 8: Arkansas

Very religious: 51 percent Moderately religious: 30 percent Nonreligious: 19 percent

Number 9: North Carolina

Very religious: 50 percent Moderately religious: 31 percent Nonreligious: 19 percent

Number 10: Oklahoma

Very religious: 49 percent Moderately religious: 31 percent Nonreligious: 20 percent

Continue to keep counting down from the most to the least religious states according to a new Gallup poll.  

Least religious states -- and Colorado's place on the list

Number 11: Kentucky

Very religious: 49 percent Moderately religious: 30 percent Nonreligious: 22 percent

Number 12: Texas

Very religious: 48 percent Moderately religious: 32 percent Nonreligious: 21 percent

Number 13: Idaho

Very religious: 47 percent Moderately religious: 24 percent Nonreligious: 29 percent

Number 14: Nebraska

Very religious: 47 percent Moderately religious: 29 percent Nonreligious: 25percent

Number 15: Kansas

Very religious: 47 percent Moderately religious: 27 percent Nonreligious: 27 percent

Least religious states -- and Colorado's place on the list

Number 16: South Dakota

Very religious: 46 percent Moderately religious: 33 percent Nonreligious: 22 percent

Number 17: North Dakota

Very religious: 46 percent Moderately religious: 32 percent Nonreligious: 22 percent

Number 18: Indiana

Very religious: 46 percent Moderately religious: 27 percent Nonreligious: 28 percent

Number 19: Missouri

Very religious: 44 percent Moderately religious: 31 percent Nonreligious: 25 percent

Number 20: Virginia

Very religious: 44 percent Moderately religious: 30 percent Nonreligious: 25 percent

Continue to keep counting down from the most to the least religious states according to a new Gallup poll.  

Least religious states -- and Colorado's place on the list

Number 21: Iowa

Very religious: 43 percent Moderately religious: 27 percent Nonreligious: 30 percent

Number 22: West Virginia

Very religious: 42 percent Moderately religious: 34 percent Nonreligious: 25 percent

Number 23: Florida

Very religious: 42 percent Moderately religious: 29 percent Nonreligious: 29 percent

Number 24: Minnesota

Very religious: 42 percent Moderately religious: 29 percent Nonreligious: 30 percent

Number 25: Ohio

Very religious: 41 percent Moderately religious: 31 percent Nonreligious: 28 percent

Least religious states -- and Colorado's place on the list

Number 26: New Mexico

Very religious: 41 percent Moderately religious: 30 percent Nonreligious: 29 percent

Number 27: Pennsylvania

Very religious: 41 percent Moderately religious: 29 percent Nonreligious: 30 percent

Number 28: Michigan

Very religious: 41 percent Moderately religious: 28 percent Nonreligious: 31 percent

Number 29: Illinois

Very religious: 39 percent Moderately religious: 30 percent Nonreligious: 31 percent

Number 30: Maryland

Very religious: 39 percent Moderately religious: 29 percent Nonreligious: 32 percent

Continue to keep counting down from the most to the least religious states according to a new Gallup poll.  

Least religious states -- and Colorado's place on the list

Number 31: Wisconsin

Very religious: 38 percent Moderately religious: 32 percent Nonreligious: 31 percent

Number 32: Montana

Very religious: 38 percent Moderately religious: 28 percent Nonreligious: 35 percent

Number 33: Alaska

Very religious: 38 percent Moderately religious: 27 percent Nonreligious: 35 percent

Number 34: Wyoming

Very religious: 36 percent Moderately religious: 25 percent Nonreligious: 39 percent

Number 35: New Jersey

Very religious: 36 percent Moderately religious: 32 percent Nonreligious: 33 percent

Least religious states -- and Colorado's place on the list

Number 36: Delaware

Very religious: 36 percent Moderately religious: 33 percent Nonreligious: 32 percent

Number 37: Arizona

Very religious: 36 percent Moderately religious: 29 percent Nonreligious: 35 percent

Least religious states -- and Colorado's place on the list

Number 38: Colorado

Very religious: 35 percent Moderately religious: 26 percent Nonreligious: 39 percent

Number 39: Rhode Island

Very religious: 34 percent Moderately religious: 29 percent Nonreligious: 37 percent

Number 40: California

Very religious: 34 percent Moderately religious: 29 percent Nonreligious: 37 percent

Continue to keep counting down from the most to the least religious states according to a new Gallup poll.  

Least religious states -- and Colorado's place on the list

Number 41: New York

Very religious: 34 percent Moderately religious: 29 percent Nonreligious: 37 percent

Number 42: District of Columbia

Very religious: 32 percent Moderately religious: 30 percent Nonreligious: 38 percent

Number 43: Hawaii

Very religious: 32 percent Moderately religious: 32 percent Nonreligious: 36 percent

Number 44: Connecticut

Very religious: 32 percent Moderately religious: 27 percent Nonreligious: 41 percent

Number 45: Washington

Very religious: 32 percent Moderately religious: 27 percent Nonreligious: 41 percent

Least religious states -- and Colorado's place on the list

Number 46: Nevada

Very religious: 32 percent Moderately religious: 29 percent Nonreligious: 39 percent

Number 47: Oregon

Very religious: 31 percent Moderately religious: 26 percent Nonreligious: 43 percent

Number 48: Massachusetts

Very religious: 28 percent Moderately religious: 27 percent Nonreligious: 44 percent

Number 49: Maine

Very religious: 27 percent Moderately religious: 28 percent Nonreligious: 45 percent

Number 50: New Hampshire

Very religious: 24 percent Moderately religious: 26 percent Nonreligious: 51 percent

Number 51: Vermont

Very religious: 22 percent Moderately religious: 21 percent Nonreligious: 56 percent

Send your story tips to the author, Michael Roberts.

More from our Lists & Weirdness archive circa July 2013: "Photos: Why the hell didn't Colorado Springs top the ten most saintly U.S. cities list?"


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