I’ve been meaning to post this for weeks: Gallup’s “What Alabamians and Iranians Have in Common”. Among the interesting statistics contained therein…
Egypt is the most religious country on the planet.
Estonia is the least religious country on the planet.
Only 25% of Frenchmen (and Frenchwomen) say that religion plays an important role in their daily lives.
In the U.S., Louisiana’s level of religious fervor compares favorably with that of Iraq.
The most religious states are almost all in the South. (And then there’s Oklahoma.)
The least religious states–like the least religious countries–almost all require parkas in the winter. (And then there’s Nevada.)
Among the countries not surveyed: China, Greenland, Iceland, Israel, and Lebanon. But I’m pretty sure we know where most of those stand.
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lebanon were surveyed, they’re at the top of the list you posted…
True–although they didn’t score as high as others. (They’re at the top of this list because it’s a comparison to the most religious U.S. states.) For the full list, click here