Special Report

The Most Evangelical States in America

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15. Virginia
> Pct. evangelical: 30%
> 2007-2014 change, evangelical: -1%
> Most common religion: Evangelical
> Fastest growing religion: Mainline Protestant & unaffiliated, +2%
> Median household income: $68,114

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14. Indiana
> Pct. evangelical: 31%
> 2007-2014 change, evangelical: -3%
> Most common religion: Evangelical
> Fastest growing religion: Unaffiliated, +10%
> Median household income: $52,314

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13. Texas
> Pct. evangelical: 31%
> 2007-2014 change, evangelical: -3%
> Most common religion: Evangelical
> Fastest growing religion: Unaffiliated, +6%
> Median household income: $54,935

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12. Kansas
> Pct. evangelical: 31%
> 2007-2014 change, evangelical: +2%
> Most common religion: Evangelical
> Fastest growing religion: Unaffiliated, +6%
> Median household income: $56,565

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11. South Carolina
> Pct. evangelical: 35%
> 2007-2014 change, evangelical: -10%
> Most common religion: Evangelical
> Fastest growing religion: Unaffiliated, +9%
> Median household income: $50,584

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