Question: What religion is in Guatemala?

The U.S. government estimates the total population at 16.9 million (midyear 2019 estimate). According to a 2016 survey by ProDatos, approximately 45 percent of the population is Catholic and 42 percent Protestant. Approximately 11 percent of the population professes no religious affiliation.

What is the official religion of Guatemala?

Roman Catholic Roman Catholic is the most common religion affiliation in Guatemala.

What are Guatemala beliefs?

Religious Beliefs In GuatemalaRankBelief SystemShare of Population in Contemporary Guatemala1Roman Catholic Christianity50%2Protestant Christianity37%3Atheism, Agnosticism, or Irreligion11%Other Beliefs2%

What is Honduras religion?

The Roman Catholic Church estimates 63-65 percent of the population is Catholic. According to a 2016 survey by a local marketing research and public opinion company, 48 percent of respondents self-identified as evangelical Protestants, 41 percent as Roman Catholics, 3 percent as other, and 8 percent as unaffiliated.

How many Muslims are in Guatemala?

approximately 1,200 The Muslim population of Guatemala is approximately 1,200 (0.008% of the total population), of which 95% are Palestinian immigrants.

Are there Muslims in Guatemala?

The Muslim population of Guatemala is approximately 1,200 (0.008% of the total population), of which 95% are Palestinian immigrants. The president of the Islamic Community of the country is Fahed Himeda el-Sagini. The main Ahmadiyya mosque in the country is Mezquita Baitul Awwal, first constructed in 1989.

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