Map Gallery of Religion in the United States

Filed in Maps and Cartography by on August 19, 2009


With religion as one of the questions not asked by the U.S. Census Bureau, finding comprehensive data on religious affiliation is difficult.  The Valparaiso University’s geography department has a collection of chloropleth maps (although last updated in 2003) based off of data gathered by the Glenmary Research Center.  The maps show percentage of religious affiliation for various Christian denominations, Jewish and Muslim faiths by county.

Visit: Map Gallery of Religion in the United States


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