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    So, I found interesting to comment about the most and least religious Latin American countries. There is a lot of factors who might influence the religiosity of each country. Let's comment about them!

    We can also see the data for recognized countries around the globe.

    This is the percentage of people who said attended religious service in the Gallup poll.

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    TOP 7 LEAST RELIGIOUS COUNTRIES

    1° URUGUAY: 17%

    2° ARGENTINA: 29%

    3° CHILE: 34%

    4° VENEZUELA: 45%

    5° PANAMA: 47%

    6° PUERTO RICO: 48%

    7° BRAZIL: 50%




    TOP 7 MOST RELIGIOUS COUNTRIES

    1° HAITI: 86%

    2° GUATEMALA: 70%

    3° EL SALVADOR: 68%

    3° COLOMBIA: 68%

    5° COSTA RICA: 62%

    5° PARAGUAY: 62%

    7° HONDURAS: 61%





    Another countries around the world...

    NIGERIA: 93%

    INDIA: 75%

    SAUDI ARABIA: 68%

    POLAND: 67%

    ITALY: 47%

    UNITED STATES: 47%

    SPAIN: 34%

    GERMANY: 33%

    JAPAN: 32%

    ISRAEL: 30%

    FRANCE: 21%

    AUSTRALIA: 21%

    UNITED KINGDOM: 18%

    SWEDEN: 12%

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    Hey was DR on the list? I believe they would be high on the list as well.
    yo soy primero franco-macorisano, despues cibaeño, y despues dominicano

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    Hey! It's on 55%. Same as Mexico and similar to Peru, Bolivia and Ecuador!

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    Haiti: 86%

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pao View Post
    Haiti: 86%

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    Yes, Haiti could be religious but they dont say what kind of creed they follow.... They believe in witchcraft and all that vudu shit.....

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    black magic is banned in Haitii soccer games because a goal keeper was performing it if I can remember correctly :P or maybe it was Trinidad, I don't know one of those countries

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    Eso da miedo :/

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    I am curious what the birth control practices are among devout Roman Catholics in Latin America. Do they follow the order against birth control? I have a friend who is a hardcore Catholic Polish-American. When he was first married, he told me that he and his wife took a class on how to use the rhythm method for birth control. This guy came from a family with six children. However, he and his wife only had two children after ten years of marriage, and he sort of eluded to the fact that they started using modern birth control methods later on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arminfrench View Post
    Yes, Haiti could be religious but they dont say what kind of creed they follow.... They believe in witchcraft and all that vudu shit.....
    Creepy, unfamiliar, and unconventional from a Western POV, yes, but still a form of spirituality nonetheless. All they are counting is belief in some sort of intelligent higher power I presume, whether it be the Abrahamic God, Brahma, the Orishas, Tlaloc, or whatever deity brings comfort to the people they polled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amerinese View Post
    I am curious what the birth control practices are among devout Roman Catholics in Latin America. Do they follow the order against birth control? I have a friend who is a hardcore Catholic Polish-American. When he was first married, he told me that he and his wife took a class on how to use the rhythm method for birth control. This guy came from a family with six children. However, he and his wife only had two children after ten years of marriage, and he sort of eluded to the fact that they started using modern birth control methods later on.
    Birth control use is widespread in larger Mexican cities nowadays. Church attendance has also dropped progressively in the past few decades, especially among the younger generations. People in rural areas, especially in indigenous communities, generally still lag behind in regards to birth control and family planning practices and they are also often much more devout than urban folk.

    Mexico's current fertility rate is 2.29, it's higher much among Amerindians. I think it's higher than 6 for the Triqui people of Oaxaca and some other indigenous ethnic groups.
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    Give your opinion. haha

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