Amérique latine - Démographie - Religion

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Religion Le catholicisme est majoritaire dans la plupart des pays d'Amérique latine. Toutefois, le protestantisme (principalement évangélique) connaît depuis plusieurs années une forte croissance. Part des religions dans les pays d'Amérique latine (2014) Part des religions dans les pays d'Amérique latine (2014)

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Number of Data columns : 5 Number of Data rows : 18
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Data row number Pays Catholicisme(%) Protestantisme(%) Sans religion(%) Autres religions(%)

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Name Description Data Type
Pays text
Catholicisme(%) double precision
Protestantisme(%) double precision
Sans religion(%) integer
Autres religions(%) integer

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