Religion In North America

Religion in North America spans the period of Native American dwelling, European settlement, and the present day. Its various faiths have been a major influence on art, culture, philosophy and law.

Between them, the United States, Mexico and Canada account for 85 percent of the population of North America. Religion in each of these countries is dominated by Christianity (77.4),[1][2] making it the largest religion in North America.

Non-Religious

  • Canada: 23.9% [3]
  • United States: 22.8%[4]
  • Mexico: 4.6%[5]

Abrahamic religion

Bahá'í Faith

  • United States: 0.2%[6]
  • Canada: 0.1%[6]
  • Mexico: <0.1%[6]

Christianity

  • North America: 75.2%[7]-77.4%[8]
  • United States: 70.6%[9]
  • Canada: 67.3%[3]
  • Mexico: 87.7%[10]

Islam

  • North America: 1.0%[11]
  • United States: 0.7%[12]
  • Canada: 3.2%[13]
  • Mexico: 0.2%[14]

Judaism

Indian religions

Buddhism

  • United States: 0.6%
  • Canada: 1.1%
  • Mexico: 0.9%

Hinduism

  • United States: 1.0%
  • Canada: 1.6%
  • Mexico: 0.9%

Sikhism

  • United States: 0.2%
  • Canada: 1.4%

By country

Canada

Mexico

United States

See also

References

  1. ^ ANALYSIS (2011-12-19). "Americas". Pewforum.org. Retrieved . 
  2. ^ ANALYSIS (2011-12-19). "Global religious landscape: Christians". Pewforum.org. Retrieved . 
  3. ^ a b "Religions in Canada--Census 2011". Statistics Canada/Statistique Canada. 
  4. ^ 10 facts about religion in America PEW Researcg Center
  5. ^ Religious diversity is increasing in Mexico
  6. ^ a b c "Most Baha'i Nations (2010)". QuickLists > Compare Nations > Religions >. The Association of Religion Data Archives. 2010. Retrieved 2013. 
  7. ^ calculated with country data
  8. ^ "THE GLOBAL RELIGIOUS LANDSCAPE: Christians". pewforum. Retrieved . 
  9. ^ "America's Changing Religious Landscape". The Pew Forum. 2015-05-12. Retrieved . 
  10. ^ Pew Research Center: Religion in Latin America Widespread Change in a Historically Catholic Region
  11. ^ "THE GLOBAL RELIGIOUS LANDSCAPE: Muslims". pewforum. Retrieved . 
  12. ^ The Future of the Muslim Population - United States Pew Forum.
  13. ^ https://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/politics/canadians-losing-their-religion-and-other-survey-highlights/article11778320/
  14. ^ [1] Pew Forum.
  15. ^ "THE GLOBAL RELIGIOUS LANDSCAPE: Jews". pewforum. Retrieved . 
  16. ^ Barry A. Kosmin and Ariela Keysar (2009). "AMERICAN RELIGIOUS IDENTIFICATION SURVEY (ARIS) 2008" (PDF). Hartford, Connecticut, USA: Trinity College. Retrieved . 
  17. ^ "CIA Fact Book". CIA Wololrld Fact Book. 2002. Retrieved . 
  18. ^ "Religious Composition of the U.S." (PDF). U.S. Religious Landscape Survey. Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life. 2007. Retrieved . 
  19. ^ "The Jewish Population of Canada - 2011 National Household Survey [2015 Reports Added] | Berman Jewish DataBank". www.jewishdatabank.org. Retrieved . 



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