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Catholic Countries in Europe

Name the European countries that have the most Catholics, both in absolute numbers and percentage terms.
Not necessarily practicing Catholics
Last updated: August 12, 2017
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Country
100
Vatican City
90.5
San Marino
88.6
Malta
88.2
Andorra
86.3
Croatia
85.8
Poland
84.5
Portugal
83.0
Italy
82.3
Monaco
78.3
Ireland
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Country
50.4 m
Italy
50.0 m
France
33.0 m
Poland
32.4 m
Spain
23.6 m
Germany
8.92 m
Portugal
6.50 m
Belgium
5.70 m
United Kingdom
5.17 m
Austria
4.32 m
Hungary
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level 58
Aug 13, 2017
On one of my featured quizzes, the main conversation in the comments is that Cyprus is European, not Asian. And in my quiz I said it was Asian, and I just typed Cyprus as an answer and went "Man, am I a Hypocrite?"
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level 66
Aug 13, 2017
Glad you brought that up WolfCam as the last couple of quizzes I've done have not mentioned Cyprus and I sort of miss not hearing peoples opinion on that. I get the same problem with Burma.
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level 58
Aug 14, 2017
If you want to hear the whole argument try my Asian Island Nations quiz. The comments section (which you have contributed to) is particularly interesting.
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level 60
Nov 23, 2017
Catholic Cyprus? Interesting.
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level 69
Sep 6, 2017
nice - I think a picture of Saint Peter's would be more appropriate though
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level 56
Nov 23, 2017
? Everyone is a critic, it seems.
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level 63
Nov 24, 2017
Critics are the worst!
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level 60
Nov 23, 2017
On the Europe/Asia matter...I live in Germany, and in 2016, i saw that the Formula 1 "European Grand Prix" was being held in Azerbaijan. I asked college educated colleagues of mine "How's that possible?" The best answer i could get was that Azerbaijan "identifies as European". You can read articles where politically it wants to be Europe and it seems to be enough for it to be politically Europe to end up being geographically Europe. It's so much easier with all the other continents.
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level 71
Nov 23, 2017
In the north it lies partly in Europe, though not Baku.
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level 57
Nov 23, 2017
Remembered San Marino's existence with a second to go.
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level 33
Nov 23, 2017
Only missed Poland. Gah!
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level 57
Nov 24, 2017
I am surprised by the number of catholics in the UK. I thought they were all anglicans ?
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level 12
Dec 30, 2017
Lots of Catholics in Scotland and Northern Ireland, also don't forgot about all the Irish immigrants in England