28% of Americans never attend church or synagogue–
22% of Americans who attend every week.
Despite the fact that only about
22% of Americans attend church or synagogue
on a weekly basis, almost…
40% consider themselves to be very religious.
States in the Deep South
such as Mississippi, Alabama, and Louisiana
had the most residents identifying as very religious.
In contrast, New England states
like Vermont, Maine, and New Hampshire
had the most people identifying as nonreligious.
Despite the official separation of church and state
embedded in the Constitution,
many would still consider the United States
to be a Christian nation.