Gallup has a new poll out on the most religious states and South Carolina is way up there, but can’t compete with two other Southern states.

Respondents were asked whether religion played an important part in their daily lives. While it is unclear if praying that your car would start every morning counts (since that would certainly skew the vote in my home), 80 percent of South Carolinians said religion did play an important part. Alabama came in at 82 percent and Mississippi had 85 percent.

Other interesting notes: Alaska was one of the unholiest states, while all ten of the states that faithed (is that a word) the most were in the South.