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I keep reading on how industrialized countries are less religious than developing countries. And how religion messes up with science and innovation. Never the less the US is a developed and rich but still religious. These comparisons look at GDP per capita, but what about the population itself? All these comparisons do not include younger countries. By this I mean countries with a lower median age. I believe that median age and birth rate affect religiosity tremendously. I made a graph of Religiosity and GDP per capita and one with Median Age. Fertility rate is also included. Click on the images so you can read some of those comments.

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