25 de novembro de 2013

idi euaA majority of Hispanics identify as Catholic (53%), one-quarter (25%) identify as Protestant — nearly evenly divided between evangelical Protestant (13%) and mainline Protestant (12%) — and 12% of Hispanics are religiously unaffiliated. Few Hispanics (6%) identify with a  non-Christian religion.

2013 Hispanic Values Survey – How Shifting Religious Identities and Experiences are Influencing Hispanic Approaches to Politics

A majority of Hispanics identify as Catholic (53%), one-quarter (25%) identify as Protestant — nearly evenly divided between evangelical Protestant (13%) and mainline Protestant (12%) — and 12% of Hispanics are religiously unaffiliated. Few Hispanics (6%) identify with a non-Christian religion.

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