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    A recent survey found that the most generous Christians in the US live in Idaho.

    According to a Barna report, the cities of Pocatello, Idaho Falls, and Jackson in Idaho topped the list of where the most generous practicing Christians live. The state ranked first in terms of church and nonprofit giving.

    These are the places where altruistic Christians currently live:

    Church Giving:

    1. Pocatello / Idaho Falls / Jackson, ID
    2. Ottumwa / Kirksville, IA
    3. Victoria, TX
    4. Jonesboro, AR
    5. Las Vegas, NV
    6. North Platte, NE
    7. Scottsbluff / Cheyenne, NE
    8. Wheeling / Steubenville, WV
    9. Selma / Montgomery, AL
    10. Nashville, TN

    Nonprofit Giving:

    1. Pocatello / Idaho Falls /Jackson, ID
    2. Las Vegas, NV
    3. Victoria, TX
    4. Ottumwa, Kirksville, IA
    5. Jonesboro, AR
    6. Twin Falls, ID
    7. North Platte, NE
    8. Lake Charles, LA
    9. Salisbury, MD
    10. Wheeling / Steubenville, WV

    Several studies have named Idaho as a generous state, not only in their money, but also their time.

    An article in Boise State Republic Radio explained the