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What is the main religion of Northern Ireland?

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There are two main Christian denominations - Protestant and Catholic. Northern Ireland is predominantley Protestant (about 60% Protestant) and about 30% Catholic. About 10% are others, like Jehovah's Witness, Baptist ... that sort of thing.

Christianity--slightly more Protestants than Catholics.
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