When 350,000 people were asked "Is religion an important part of your daily life?" 65% answered 'Yes."
Found via the Gallup Poll.
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I live in Oregon and if we are some of the least religious people in the nation, I would HATE to live any closer to the fairy tale (bible) belt.
There is a notable correlation between how economically robust and wealth of a region/country and how religious their citizens are. I can't say it's a meaningful correlation but it's still striking how predictable (if you gloss over the oil/gold/diamond blessed) the standard of living a place will have if you know it's rate of religiosity.
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