Largest Religious Groups within U.S. Populations

Here’s an interesting graphic that I came across while looking for some other data. I thought I share it.

What you’re looking at here is the largest or most dominant religious groups within a given county’s population -the largest participating group in each county. The graphic and its data are located at the Glenmary Research Center’s site, Religious Congregations & Membership: 2000, along with several other interesting maps and data on religious adherence in the United States.

I provide this for informational purposes and really had no other commentary regarding it. I’ll copy this to the Data page. The image was sized to fit, to see the slightly larger version, right click and choose “View Image” in Firefox. Internet Explorer users should right-click and choose “Download Firefox.”

About Ylooshi

An anthropologist who is an atheist. My blog at breakingspells.net concerns itself with breaking the spells of superstition and religious belief through examining human superstitions and religions scientifically and rationally. Breaking Spells, the blog, also focuses on atheist and secular concerns such as the separation of church and state as well as the negative influences of Islamo-Judeo-Christian religious cults on society.
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