skip to main content's "State of the States" series reveals state-by-state differences in political party affiliation, religiosity, consumer confidence, and job-market conditions, based on Gallup Poll Daily tracking data collected throughout 2008.

Political Party Affiliation >

Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Hawaii, and District of Columbia are most Democratic

Importance of Religion >

Overall, 65% of Americans say religion is an important part of their daily lives

Consumer Confidence >

No economic oasis, little relief to be found across the country

Job-Market Conditions >

Employee reporting provides insight into job-market conditions across the country

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