A new survey of more than 50,000 people reveals religious differences by state.
They say a picture speaks a thousand words, so does data on a map.
There are a few real surprises in here for me along with a lot of what you would expect. I’m not going to do a spoiler, I think you should follow the link and then leave a comment.
One of the more interesting takes for me after watching Jeb Bush campaigning for President in 2016 (because his faith is obviously one of his election campaign cards) was the percentage of people that have a faith, even if it is unaffiliated; and it seems obvious that this is going to play not only a major part in the campaign trail, but in all of our lives over the next few years. The question to me is whether that faith is going to adopt viva la difference, or will it be attack those who are different?
What do you think?