The poll showed that the most religious states included Mississippi, Utah and Alabama, while Massachusetts ranked as being 28-percent "very religious," which was only slightly higher than the least: Vermont and New Hampshire.
"Gallup classifies 40 percent of Americans nationwide as very religious—based on their statement that religion is an important part of their daily life and that they attend religious services every week or almost every week. Another 32 percent of Americans are nonreligious, based on their statement that religion is not an important part of their daily life and that they seldom or never attend religious services. The remaining 28 percent of Americans are moderately religious, because they say religion is important but that they do not attend services regularly or because they say religion is not important but still attend services.
With this past weekend being Easter and Passover, we want to know: are you religious?