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What Percentage Of People In Your State Are Catholic?

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Catholics make up the single largest religious group in the United States, with 22 percent of U.S. residents identifying as Catholic and nearly half of Americans saying they have at least some connection to Catholicism, according to new research. 

How Catholic Is Your State?  Listed below are the percentage of people in each state that are Catholic.  What you might find could surprise you!

1.  Rhode Island -  63

2. Massachusetts - 47

3. New Mexico - 41

4. New Jersey - 39

4. Vermont - 39

6. New York - 38

7. New Hampshire - 35

8. California - 34

8. Connecticut - 34

10. Arizona - 31

11. Illinois - 30

11. North Dakota - 30

11. Louisiana - 30

14. Texas - 29

14. Wisconsin - 29

16. Nebraska - 28

17. Pennsylvania - 27

18. Florida - 26

19. Maine - 25

19. Minnesota - 25

19. South Dakota - 25

22. Colorado - 24

22. Hawaii - 24

22. Nevada - 24

22. Montana - 24

26 - Maryland - 23

26. Michigan - 23

26. Iowa - 23

29. Washington - 22

30. Indiana - 20

30. Missouri - 20

30. Kansas - 20

33. Ohio - 19

34. Wyoming - 18

35. Idaho - 15

35. Kentucky - 15

35. Oregon - 15

38. Virginia - 14

39. Alabama - 13

40. Delaware - 10

40. North Carolina - 10

42. Georgia - 8

42. West Virginia - 8

44. Oklahoma - 7

44. Tennessee - 7

44. Arkansas - 7

44. South Carolina - 7

44. Mississippi - 7

44. Alaska - 7

44. Utah - 7



As with all statistics, they only reflect the best data possible at the time.  They are designed to give the reader an idea of what percentage of people in each state are Catholic.  These statistics are for entertainment purposes only.


"Roman Catholicism > Percentage of Catholics by state", Wikipedia: Roman Catholicism in the United States . Retrieved from http://www.StateMaster.com/graph/peo_rom_cat_per_of_cat-people-roman-catholicism-percentage-catholics



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