Mississippi most religious, Vermont least, survey says
WASHINGTON â€” Want to be almost certain you'll have religious neighbors? Move to Mississippi. Prefer to be in the least religious state? Venture to Vermont.
A new Gallup Poll, based on more than 350,000 interviews, finds that the Magnolia State is the one where the most people â€” 85% â€” say yes when asked "Is religion an important part of your daily life?"
Less than half of Vermonters, meanwhile â€” 42% â€” answered that same question in the affirmative.
One would hope there is some correlation between saying religious and Christian?
(Old) American Tract Dictionary wrote: He only is a real Christian who heartily accepts Christ as his teacher, guide, and master, the source of his highest life, strength, and joy, his only Redeemer from sin and hell, his Lord and his God. They who rightly bear Christâ€™s name and partake of his nature, and they only, shall finally share in his glory.
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Sad to say, Vermont has been pretty much taken over by "PFA's" as people from elsewhere are known in the State of Maine. Vermont is, imo, one of the most beautiful places on the planet. For some reason, this seems to attract a lot of outsiders who carry an unusual amount of ugly liberalism inside, (compensation?)and who think their ugly ideas should be shared by everyone. At least it's encouraging to see signs along the roadways shouting "Take Back Vermont!"