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Research Institute Finds 11 of America's Least Religious Cities
Haven't yet found God and don't plan to? You might feel right at home in Portland, San Francisco or Seattle. Those are the least religious cities in the country, according to a new survey from the Public Religion Research Institute picked up by MarketWatch. READ: Which State Boasts the Most Taco Bells? Here are the 11 least religious U.S. cities, along with the percentage of unaffiliated residents in each one:
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#1. Portland, Oregon (tied for first): 37 percent

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#1. San Francisco, California (tied for first): 37 percent

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#10. Detroit, Michigan (tied for tenth): 25 percent

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#1. Seattle, Washington (tied for first): 37 percent

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#4. Denver, Colorado (tied for fourth): 29 percent

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#4. Las Vegas, Nevada (tied for fourth): 29 percent

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#6. Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota: 28 percent

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#7. Columbus, Ohio: 27 percent

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#8. Boston, Massachusetts (tied for eighth): 26 percent

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#8. Washington, DC (tied for eighth): 26 percent

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#10. Cincinnati, Ohio (tied for tenth): 25 percent

Research Institute Finds 11 of America's Least Religious Cities

Haven't yet found God and don't plan to? You might feel right at home in Portland, San Francisco or Seattle. Those are the least religious cities in the country, according to a new survey from the Public Religion Research Institute picked up by MarketWatch. READ: Which State Boasts the Most Taco Bells? Here are the 11 least religious U.S. cities, along with the percentage of unaffiliated residents in each one:

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