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    Table: Estimated Number of Emigrants by Religious Affiliation

    .footnotes p{ color: #58585B;font-size: 1.2em !important; } td:nth-child(2){ border-right:1px solid #ccc; } td{ padding: 8px 5px !important; } Display: Number | Percentage View By: Religious Affiliation | Region From / Origin country Total number of migrants Christian Muslim Hindu Buddhist Jewish Other Unaffiliated Afghanistan 3,010,000 <10,000 2,990,000 <10,000 <1,000 <10,000 <10,000 <10,000 Albania 1,550,000 720,000 […]

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    Catholics in Mexico and Cuba

    Pope Benedict XVI will travel to Latin America March 23-28 for a much-anticipated visit to Mexico and Cuba. An infographic based on data from a 2011 demographic study by the Pew Research Center’s Forum on Religion & Public Life explores information on Catholics in Latin America, with a particular focus on the Catholic population in Mexico and Cuba.

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    Table: Christian Population in Numbers by Country

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    Crime and Drug Cartels Top Concerns in Mexico

    Fewer than half of Mexicans say their government is making progress in its campaign against drug cartels. Still, an overwhelming majority continues to endorse the use of the Mexican army to fight drug traffickers, virtually unchanged in recent years.

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    Global Survey of Evangelical Protestant Leaders

    Evangelical Protestant leaders who live in the Global South generally are optimistic about the prospects for evangelicalism in their countries: 71% expect that five years from now the state of evangelicalism in their countries will be better than it is today. But those who live in the Global North expect that the state of evangelicalism in their countries will either stay about the same (21%) or worsen (33%) over the next five years.