Where is a place in the United States where the population is predominantly white, American born, and Christian ?
- StarryskyLv 74 weeks agoFavourite answer
Heart of Amish country, PA or OH. Relatively conservative (no Internet, no cars, very few have electricity, all the same religion, background). If you are not Amish, you will not be welcomed.
Watch movie "Witness" to get an idea.
Hopi or Navajo Nation reservations, SW USA. Ditto above. Just not that white, though.
- PhilLv 64 weeks ago
Yes, that place is called the USA.
The USA is predominantly white, American born and christian.
- Gray BoldLv 74 weeks ago
States with the highest percentages of non-Hispanic Whites, as of 2007:
West Virginia 93.7%
New Hampshire 93.4%
North Dakota 90.2%
South Dakota 86.5%
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
Sounds like Hell. Which didn't used to be in America but maybe Trump bought it after Denmark refused to sell Greenland to him.
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- John PLv 74 weeks ago
By the sound of many questions and answers on tis site, many so-called Christians do not adhere to Christ's message of love for one's fellow humans.
Note that any American-born white person cannot trace their ancestry in the Americas for more than 500 years.
- Bill-MLv 74 weeks ago
Republic, Washington. I was there for two weeks. Nice place. But it has One Problem.
It snows a lot.