The Beehive State is still abuzz with religion.
For the third straight year, Mormon-dominated Utah ranks just behind Mississippi as the nation's most religious state.
According to a 2013 state-by-state Gallup Poll, 60 percent of Utahns describe themselves as "very religious," up from 56 percent in 2012 and just shy of Mississippi's 61 percent (also up from the its previous 58 percent showing).
The South rose again in the survey. Eight of the top 10 religious states are firmly planted in the so-called Bible Belt, with Mississippi, Alabama, Louisiana and South Carolina rounding out the top five.