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Gallup has ranked each U.S. state by its charitable giving, listing Utah, Minnesota, and Hawaii as the most generous states.

A minimum of 600 citizens per state were asked whether they had personally donated money to charity, spent time volunteering with an organization, or both over the past month. All 50 states were polled between June and December of 2013.

In previous studies, Gallup has found a positive correlation between charitable giving and the well-being of a state ( well-being defined by Gallup primarily by economic and health related factors). This poll seems to confirm their previous findings, as all of the most charitable states are above the national average for well-being.

All information on our list comes from Gallup polls, with the exception of median state income, which was found in the most recent government census.

25 Colorado
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64 percent donated money

41 percent donated time

32 percent said yes to both

Most prominent religion: Protestant

35 percent “very religious”

39 percent “non religious”

Median income: $60,180 annually

24 Oklahoma
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60 percent donated money

42 percent donated time

33 percent said yes to both

Most prominent religion: Protestant

49 percent “very religious”

20 percent “non religious”

Median income: $47,755 annually

23 Alabama
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63 percent donated money

44 percent donated time

33 percent said yes to both

Most prominent religion: Protestant

52 percent “very religious”

18 percent “non religious”

Median income: $43,350 annually

22 Nebraska
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62 percent donated money

46 percent donated time

33 percent said yes to both

Most prominent religion: Protestant

47 percent “very religious”

25 percent “non religious”

Median income: $54,755 annually

21 Maryland
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68 percent donated money

41 percent donated time

33 percent said yes to both

Most prominent religion: Protestant

39 percent “very religious”

32 percent “non religious”

Median income: $69,920 annually

20 Iowa
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64 percent donated money

42 percent donated time

33 percent said yes to both

Most prominent religion: Protestant

43 percent “very religious”

30 percent “non religious”

Median income: $52,110 annually

19 Virginia
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67 percent donated money

42 percent donated time

33 percent said yes to both

Most prominent religion: Protestant

44 percent “very religious”

25 percent “non religious”

Median income: $64,043 annually

18 North Dakota
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67 percent donated money

42 percent donated time

33 percent said yes to both

Most prominent religion: Protestant

46 percent “very religious”

22 percent “non religious”

Median income: $55,673 annually

17 Vermont
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63 percent donated money

44 percent donated time

34 percent said yes to both

Most prominent religion: Protestant

22 percent “very religious”

56 percent “non religious”

Median income: $55,808 annually

16 Wisconsin
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65 percent donated money

43 percent donated time

34 percent said yes to both

Most prominent religion: Protestant

38 percent “very religious”

31 percent “non religious”

Median income: $53,083 annually

15 Texas
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60 percent donated money

42 percent donated time

35 percent said yes to both

Most prominent religion: Protestant

48 percent “very religious”

21 percent “non religious”

Median income: $50,591 annually

14 Georgia
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66 percent donated money

40 percent donated time

35 percent said yes to both

Most prominent religion: Protestant

52 percent “very religious”

18 percent “non religious”

Median income: $47,171 annually

13 Wyoming
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63 percent donated money

43 percent donated time

35 percent said yes to both

Most prominent religion: Protestant

36 percent “very religious”

39 percent “non religious”

Median income: $56,044 annually

12 Washington
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64 percent donated money

46 percent donated time

35 percent said yes to both

Most prominent religion: Protestant

32 percent “very religious”

41 percent “non religious”

Median income: $59,790 annually

11 Pennsylvania
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60 percent donated money

44 percent donated time

35 percent said yes to both

Most prominent religion: Protestant

41 percent “very religious”

30 percent “non religious”

Median income: $51,245 annually

10 Maine
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63 percent donated money

42 percent donated time

35 percent said yes to both

Most prominent religion: Protestant

27 percent “very religious”

45 percent “non religious”

Median income: $50,121 annually

9 Idaho
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60 percent donated money

45 percent donated time

36 percent said yes to both

Most prominent religion: Protestant

47 percent “very religious”

29 percent “non religious”

Median income: $48,640 annually

8 Montana
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62 percent donated money

47 percent donated time

36 percent said yes to both

Most prominent religion: Protestant

38 percent “very religious”

35 percent “non religious”

Median income: $43,226 annually

7 Illinois
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70 percent donated money

41 percent donated time

37 percent said yes to both

Most prominent religion: Protestant

39 percent “very religious”

31 percent “non religious”

Median income: $52,284 annually

6 Kansas
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62 percent donated money

45 percent donated time

38 percent said yes to both

Most prominent religion: Protestant

47 percent “very religious”

27 percent “non religious”

Median income: $48,538 annually

5 New Hampshire
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70 percent donated money

49 percent donated time

38 percent said yes to both

Most prominent religion: Catholic

24 percent “very religious”

51 percent “non religious”

Median income: $68,415 annually

4 South Dakota
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66 percent donated money

46 percent donated time

39 percent said yes to both

Most prominent religion: Protestant

46 percent “very religious”

22 percent “non religious”

Median income: $48,461 annually

3 Hawaii
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67 percent donated money

46 percent donated time

39 percent said yes to both

Most prominent religion: N/A

32 percent “very religious”

36 percent “non religious”

Median income: $59,748 annually

2 Minnesota
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66 percent donated money

53 percent donated time

41 percent said yes to both

Most prominent religion: Protestant

42 percent “very religious”

30 percent “non religious”

Median income: $58,641 annually

1 Utah
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71 percent donated money

56 percent donated time

48 percent said yes to both

Most prominent religion: Latter-Day Saint

60 percent “very religious”

26 percent “non religious”

Median income: $58,235 annually