I know Mormons live in rural areas but I'm still surprised to see them dominate such a large swath of the US. Also surprised to see that there's a measurable number of Hispanic protestants(not good for the Democrats). Gentrification and black flight from the Pacific Coast and Northeast has been happening for decades so that's no surprise. Thought I'd see a few African American strongholds in east Texas though.
Is it an ethnicity demographic or a Christian one? Because it doesn't make sense to mix the two. No only this map fails to give you a proper perspective into the distribution of let's say Catholics, but it also hinders it as well, since Catholicism is represented by four different colours on the same damn map
Sorry, I don't always have time on my hands like so many do here. I'll get a call, email, fax, or text sometimes in the middle of making a post, then get busy afterwards. Sometimes, I'll just finish the post quickly and let the post fly without reviewing it, or simply don't have the time to come back and edit it correctly.