Jews across the United States are getting ready for Passover (March 30 - April 7). But just how much of the country will be celebrating?

The Pew Research Center conducted an in-depth study into the religious breakdown of the United States based on telephone calls with 35,000 Americans from all 50 states.

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About 1.9 percent of participants identified as Jewish in the United States. In the Northeast, that percentage is higher at 4 percent, making it the most Jewish region in the country. A great majority of 67 percent of Jews in the Northeast reported being third generation and only 13 percent reported being immigrants.

In Connecticut, 3 percent of participants identified as Jewish. The most Jewish states in the country are New York and New Jersey with 7 and 6 percent Jewish population, respectively.

Click through the slideshow above to see the Jewish landscape of the U.S.

 

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Media: Delish