The religious profiles of the 17 largest US cities

According to Pew Research

The religious face of America is largely a Christian one, with roughly seven-in-ten Americans belonging to that faith. But some of the nation’s biggest metropolitan areas have a very different look.

Only about half of the residents in the Seattle (52%) and San Francisco (48%) metropolitan areas identify as Christians, as well as roughly six-in-ten or fewer of those living in Boston (57%) and New York (59%).

Boston, Seattle and San Francisco Have Relatively Few Christians

When Pew describes someone as “Christian,” they are reporting that the person identifies as “Christian” when asked what religion they are.

Here’s the religious affiliation of Americans state by state

Religious affiliation state by state