How many Catholics are there in North America?

What percentage of the US population is Catholic?

The United States has been called a Protestant nation by a variety of sources. In 2019, Christians represent 65% of the total adult population, 43% identifying as Protestants, 20% as Catholics, and 2% as Mormons. People with no formal religious identity at 26% of the total population.

Is North America predominantly Catholic?

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Americans continue to be geographically segregated by religion. Protestants dominate in the South, while Catholics are most common in the Northeast and mid-Atlantic, with some representation in the Midwest.

Catholics Live in East, Midwest.

Catholic
%
Massachusetts 38
New York 34
New Mexico 30

Is the Catholic Church growing or shrinking?

Nationwide Catholic membership increased between 2000 and 2017, but the number of churches declined by nearly 11% and by 2019, the number of Catholics decreased by 2 million people.

What percent of Italy is Catholic?

According to a 2017 poll by Ipsos (a France-based research centre), 74.4% of Italians are Catholic (including 27.0% engaged and/or observant), 22.6% are irreligious and 3.0% adhere to other denominations in Italy.

What percentage of Mexico is Catholic?

Religion affiliation in Mexico as of 2020, by type

Characteristic Share of respondents
Catholic 72.1%
Evangelist (unspecified) 2.5%
Jehova’s witness 1.7%
Pentecostal evangelist 1.3%
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Is Russia Catholic or Protestant?

Demographics

Christianity in Russia as of (Sreda Arena Atlas)
Russian Orthodoxy 86.7%
Other Orthodox 3.2%
Old Believers 0.6%
Roman Catholic 0.2%

Is Canada Protestant or Catholic?

Religious Traditions

In Canada the principal religion is Christianity; as recently as the 1971 census, almost 90 per cent of the population claimed adherence. In the 2011 census, 39 per cent of Canadians identified themselves as Roman Catholic and 27 per cent as Protestant.