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StatePer Capita Income 2007Church Attendance

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Alabama$2913658%

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Alaska$35612

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Arizona$3026735%

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Arkansas$2687455%

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California$3703632%

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Colorado$3794635%

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Connecticut$4781937%

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Delaware$3706543%

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DC$5498533%

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Florida$3321939%

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Georgia$3112152%

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Hawaii$34539

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Idaho$2815843%

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Illinois$3612042%

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Indiana$3127646%

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Iowa$3231546%

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Kansas$3283647%

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Kentucky$2851348%

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Louisiana$2482058%

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Maine$3125231%

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Maryland$4176041%

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Massachusetts$4428931%

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Michigan$3311642%

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Minnesota$3737344%

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Mississippi$2531857%

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Missouri$3189946%

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Montana$2938734%Obviously there is a lot of variablity.

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Nebraska$3361653%

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Nevada$3588327%A linear fitted line implies:

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New Hampshire$3840824%- a one percent decline in church attendance

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New Jersey$4377134%- is corrolated with

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New Mexico$2764441%- an annual $900/capital increase in median income

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New York$4050733%in the United States

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North Carolina$3055353%for values in this range

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North Dakota$3139543%

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Ohio$3247843%An expodentially fitted line implies

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Oklahoma$2933050%- higher for points toward the upper left

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Oregon$3210332%-- e.g. lower incomes/higher attendance

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Pennsylvania$3489743%- and lower for points toward the lower right

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Rhode Island$3615328%-- e.g. higher incomes/lower attendence

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South Carolina$2835258%

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South Dakota$3161445%

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Tennessee$3110752%

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Texas$3246249%

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Utah$2806155%

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Vermont$3332724%

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Virginia$3839044%

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Washington$3540932%

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West Virginia$2721546%

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Wisconsin$3356543%

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Wyoming$3677836%