What percent of Americans are religious?

What percent of Americans are religious?

The new Gallup poll, published Monday, indicates that religious membership in the U.S. has fallen to just 47% among those surveyed — representing less than half of the adult population for the first time since Gallup began asking the question more than 80 years ago.

What is the most religious city in America?

San Antonio. Of course Texas makes our list, starting with San Antonio, with Christianity being the most dominant religion. 1.2% of the population is Muslim as well.

Which US state is the least religious?

As of 2000, the six states and provinces reported to have the lowest rate of religious adherence in North America were Oregon, Washington, British Columbia, Alaska, Nevada, and West Virginia.

What is the major religion in America?

Christianity is by far the largest religion in the United States; more than three-quarters of Americans identify as Christians. A little more than half of us identify as Protestants, about 23 percent as Catholic and about 2 percent as Mormon.

Which state is most religious?

The figures ranged from 63% in Mississippi to 23% in Vermont. The most religious region of the United States is American Samoa (99.3% religious)….U.S. states and D.C.

State or District Alabama
Believe in God with Certainty 82%
Consider Religion Important 77%
Pray Daily 73%
Attend Weekly Worship Services 51%

What is the least religious city in America?

So let’s take a look at the cities, where not believing in religion won’t get you judged to infinity and beyond:

  • Columbus.
  • St.
  • Providence.
  • Phoenix.
  • Boston. Unaffiliated percentage in 2018: 28.
  • Tucson. Unaffiliated percentage in 2018: 31.
  • Sacramento. Unaffiliated percentage in 2018: 32.
  • Omaha. Unaffiliated percentage in 2018: 25.
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