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Gallup, BR 11th most religious city.





Here are least religious cities:



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doesn't shock me at all





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Asgard Device
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All the best cities are on that religious list.





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Guess this settles whether or not God exists.

It's been fun guys.






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GumboPot
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Joshjrn
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Not surprising. Blacks heavily self identify as religious. As Baton Rouge is plurality black, you mix in the white Catholics who claim religion as long as they show up to church more often than not, and you end up with a very "religious" city.





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heatom2
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Well that settles it.

NOLA > BR






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More educated => Less religious

Eta: In general. There are always exceptions.



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bradwieser
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I blame the baptists





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Not surprised, really. I knew Holland was quite religious, but didnt think about Grand Haven, MI. In general, though, the whole west side of Michigan is quite religious





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quote:

NOLA>BR








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JAMAC2001
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quote:

More educated => Less religious

Eta: In general. There are always exceptions.


Didn't take long. Looking at that chart, I figured this thread would que the debate of religiosity and intelligence.






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All the cities with the least drama... Whoda thunkit





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RBWilliams8
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More educated => Less religious Eta: In general. There are always exceptions.


There's really no correlation here. It can be spun however you'd like but the simple truth is its moot. Many people think they're smarter than they are, doesn't mean they are. There are plenty of intelligent people in the south. There are a ton of idiots here too. Same can be said about all places.








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It seems a lot of the non-religious cities are big "activist" cities. Interesting.





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