The US has the fifth-highest number of religious adherents per capita in the world, and the state of Texas is the seventh-highest, according to a new report.
Texas ranks first, with 5.7 religious adherents for every 100,000 residents.
New Mexico, which had a score of 1.5, is second, with 4.5.
Louisiana, which ranked first with 1.4, is third with 2.6, and Louisiana, Florida, and New York are all ranked in the top five.
The United States has a religion of 4.7 billion people, or about 0.3 percent of the population.
Religion accounts for 5.5 percent of GDP.
States that have the fifth highest percentage of religious population are Alabama, Mississippi, South Carolina, North Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, and Florida.
The states that have lowest percentage of religion in the country are Idaho, Iowa, Maine, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, and Vermont.
According to the Religion Census Bureau, which is a federal agency that tracks religion in America, the percentage of the U.S. population that identifies as “religiously unaffiliated” is about 10 percent.
The report, titled “Religion in the United States,” was published by the Pew Research Center.
According to Pew, the U,S.
is the only major country that has an overall religion of less than 100 percent.