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Published: Wednesday, Feb. 13 2013 9:20 p.m. MST

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Salt Lake City, UT

Southern states are also some of the most poor.


Bob A. Bohey
Marlborough, MA

The national news report I saw mentioned Alabama and Missippi with no mention of Utah.

one old man
Ogden, UT

And also the most intolerant?

Counter Intelligence
Salt Lake City, UT

@one old man
That is the kind of comment we have come to expect from the fashionably intolerant

Park City, UT

Pagan- only poor by the way you see it, financially. As most of us know, religious and spiritual people are rich in so many other areas. You wouldn't know.

Honeyvale, CA

"Intolerant" has come to be defined as, "anyone who doesn't agree with me" Sad…

san angelo, tx

I lived in mississippi twice..first in biloxi and then in columbus miss...there are a lot of poor people there...wonder what religion is predominant there...Im lds and joined the church in mississippi in biloxi...was a member of the first little ward there..it wasnt even a ward...I remember one sunday only seeing 8 or 9 people in church ..not inc the bishopric...then years later we lived in columbus miss and went to church in west point mississippi....had to drive there...my husband was airforce both times and why we were there...loved mississippi even though it was hot and muggy...

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