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Religious Distribution in St. Louis

The main religious beliefs in St. Louis include Catholicism (mainly of French, Irish and Southwest European descent) and Protestantism (including various denominations). According to a 2010 survey, 46.1% of St. Louis residents belong to religious organizations, slightly lower than the United States average of 49.9%. (Note, because the method is to collect a list of members of religious organizations, the results may be quite different from the actual situation, especially for black Protestants. The direct population survey conducted by Pew Research Center in 2014 showed that 77.2% of Americans had religious beliefs.) Of these 46.1%, 15.4% were Catholics, 10.8% were black Protestants, 10.5% were Evangelical Protestants, and 5.5% were mainstream Protestants.

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