(Evangelical Focus) — The government of Argentina published this week the figures of the Second National Survey on Beliefs and Religious Attitudes.
It is detailed research that compares the social and religious evolution of Argentinians in the last 11 years (from 2008 to today).
According to the data of this survey, the number of people who identify as evangelical Christians in Argentina increased from 9% in 2008 to 15.3% in 2019.
Meanwhile, the Roman Catholic Church of the Latin American country has lost members. In 2019, 76.5% of the population identified with Catholicism, now the figure has fallen to 62.5%. The decline is starker if the Catholic affiliation is compared with the 1960 decade, when over 90% of Argentinians identified as Catholics.
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