Religion in the US

According to a study at the University of Michigan, the US is far more religious than other industrialized nations. Among the reasons hypothesized is that the country was founded by religious refugees. But I don’t know. How could that be transmitted over more than 300 years? Does anybody today, even on Thanksgiving, feel even remotely connected to those founders? And aren’t there other countries with similar founding mechanisms? I don’t expect to find the answer here, but it’s interesting to think about.

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