Special Report

The Most Evangelical States in America

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40. Maryland
> Pct. evangelical: 9%
> 2013-2017 change, evangelical: -1 percentage point
> Most common religion: Unaffiliated
> Fastest growing religion: Unaffiliated, +5%
> Median household income: $76,067

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39. New Hampshire
> Pct. evangelical: 10%
> 2013-2017 change, evangelical: +1 percentage point
> Most common religion: Unaffiliated
> Fastest growing religion: Unaffiliated, +4%
> Median household income: $68,485

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38. New Mexico
> Pct. evangelical: 10%
> 2013-2017 change, evangelical: -2 percentage points
> Most common religion: Unaffiliated
> Fastest growing religion: Unaffiliated, +4%
> Median household income: $45,674

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37. Delaware
> Pct. evangelical: 11%
> 2013-2017 change, evangelical: -4 percentage points
> Most common religion: Unaffiliated
> Fastest growing religion: Hispanic Protestant, +4%
> Median household income: $61,017

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36. Illinois
> Pct. evangelical: 11%
> 2013-2017 change, evangelical: -1 percentage point
> Most common religion: Unaffiliated
> Fastest growing religion: Unaffiliated, +3%
> Median household income: $59,196

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