Religious diversity in Latin America/Caribbean in 2010, by religion

Percentage of population in Latin America and the Caribbean that belonged to major religious groups in 2010, by religion

by Statista Research Department, last edited Apr 4, 2014
Religious diversity in Latin America/Caribbean in 2010, by religion This statistic shows religious diversity in Latin America and the Caribbean in 2010, by share of religious population. In 2010, about 90 percent of the population in Latin America and the Caribbean were Christians.
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Percentage of population in Latin America and the Caribbean that belonged to major religious groups in 2010, by religion

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