Gallup has a new poll on the most and least religious states in the United States.
(click to enlarge image) Mississippi is the most religious U.S. state, and is one of eight states where Gallup classifies at least half of the residents as "very religious." At the other end of the spectrum, Vermont and New Hampshire are the least religious states, and are two of the five states -- along with Maine, Massachusetts, and Alaska -- where less than 30% of all residents are very religious.
Visit the Gallup site, see all the statistics, and enjoy the interactive map of states.
I'm glad to see that Tennessee has 52% of her residents that are religious. We can always debate religious vs faithful, but that is for another day.