Citizen's perception of religion
8 out of 10 people declare that they belong to some kind of creed
The Social Research Center (CIS) UADE- Voices! carried out a nationwide public opinion study with the aim of evaluating different aspects of the public's perception of religion in our country.
Some findings of the study:
- Religion in Argentina is an issue that involves large majorities: 8 out of 10 people declare to belong to some kind of creed, with Catholicism widely prevailing.
- Six out of 10 Argentines consider themselves to be religious people.
- Half of the population declares to pray with some regularity.
- The vast majority have a favorable opinion of Pope Francis.