It's sort of interesting that Utah stands out as somewhat of an anomaly. In the list on the 2nd page of the 2nd link, Utah ranks 2nd because 56% described themselves as very religious. But if you ranked by non-religious in ascending order, Utah would drop to around 14th to 16th place (not enough resolution in the numbers to tell exactly). The other states shuffle around a little when ordered that way, but none as dramatically as Utah. So, it has more non-religious people than the Bible belt states, but beats all but Mississippi in the number of "very religious". Are Mormons more intensely religious than most other Christian varieties?