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I must admit to a little surprise regarding the distribution, particularly the blue Pacific Northwest.

WilliamCharles 8 Feb 1
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I'm kind of surprised by all that green in Massachusetts. And all the blue in Florida! I thought Florida would have more orange.

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A native of Oregon, the populated ‘cities of the valley’ can skew the results. You don’t have to get far beyond them into some very backward towns and counties, with churches galore.. I’ve always felt ‘the West’ in general collects the discontented from across the nation, and still do…

Varn Level 8 Feb 2, 2018
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Definitely some surprises here ....Utah looks wiped out. No surprise there

twill Level 7 Feb 2, 2018
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The map largely confirms what I have thought.

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I've been to 90% of the area in 'orange' and the map appears to be a little misleading to me . It shows 'as a percentage of the population', most of the area in orange is very sparsly populated as compared with the rest of the country.

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I look at this map and immediately think of a petri dish with cultured bacteria growing inside of it.
Hahaha, perfect metaphor for religion now that I think about it.

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Oregon and Washington are very liberal states. (Except the corner of it I'm in, of course.) Lol

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Much like with the Alaskan interior, I imagine the sense of rugged individualism includes foregoing any religious crutches.

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