Religious Affiliation in the United States by State (Interactive Map)

One of the joys of studying religion is how much high-quality data are available. For the latest “wow, that’s cool” source of data, check out this interactive map of religion in the United States. Put a cursor over a state and you see the religious distribution of its population. Want to see trends by region? Just move your cursor slowly across groups of states and watch how the bars change.

Thanks David Mimms and Kyndria Brown for the link.

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  • Just two notes about the map: 1st, it looks like it is from 2007/08. Although I’m sure there aren’t too many shifts, I’d be interested in the shift for or away the not affiliated category, and 2nd, it looks like AK and HI aren’t part of this.