Polls of the Week: March 30

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Mississippians Most Religious in the U.S.

A Gallup poll released on March 28 found Mississippi to be the most religious state in the country (59 percent), followed by Utah (57 percent) and Alabama (56 percent), based on people’s response that religion is an important part of their daily life and that they attend religious services every week or almost every week. Nationwide, 42 percent of Americans considered themselves “very religious”, 32 percent “nonreligious,” and 28 percent said they were in the middle because they don’t attend services regularly or because they attend services even though religion is not that important to them.

(Photo: Commercial Appeal/Landov)

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