Okay, not quite sure what you're asking (percent of Christians, Americans, people in the world, etc.), but here we go. Christians (all Christians including Protestants, Catholics, Easter Orthodox): 2.1 billion (33% of the world) Muslims: 1.3 billion Atheists/Non-religious/etc.: 1.1 billion Hinduism: 900 million Chinese religions (Confuscionism, Daoism, etc.): 394 million Buddhism: 376 million Judaism: 14 million Of those 2.1 billion Christians Roman Catholic: 1.1-1.2 billion Orthodox: 240-250 million and Protestants are hard because no one is sure who counts as a Protestant and who doesn't. Do all non-Catholic/Orthodox count? Do Mormons, Jehovah's Witnesses, and Anglicans count? Personally, I adhere to the belief that if you're not Catholic or Orthodox and yet still Christian, you're Protestant unless you're church was around before the Catholic and Orthodox churches (you're probably protesting against something, right?). So by that logic we have: Protestants: 630 million Making Protestants about 30% of all Christians. Which therefore makes them about 9% of the total world population. However, in America Protestants make up over 50% of all Americans (not including Mormons) although the Catholic Church is still the biggest single Christian denomination in the US. The most up to date information I could find was from 2001, so some of these figures may have changed somewhat, but I'm still willing to be Protestants make up the majority of Americans, Catholics make up the majority of Christians, and Christians make up somewhere around a third of the world's population.
Right now Guatemala has a the highest percentage of Protestant with about 25%.
29.9 percent of the German population is Protestant. This equates to 24.5 million people.
According to the World Almanac & Book of Facts 2007, 52% of the US population is Protestant.
It is estimated that about 20% of Latin Americans are Protestant. It is strange that 50 years ago 90% of the people were Catholic. It is estimated that about 20% of Latin Americans are Protestant. It is strange that 50 years ago 90% of the people were Catholic.
according to the 2007 population census 18.7% of ethiopian population is protestsant
Most people in Liechtenstein are Roman Catholic but there is a small percentage of Protestant religion in Liechtenstein.
About 33% of Germans are Protestant, the great majority being Evangelical which is Lutheran in English.
You are either a Catholic or a Protestant. You cannot be a Protestant Catholic. That is an oxymoron - like pretty ugly, jumbo shrimp, etc.
South Carolina has a Protestant Christian majority, and a lower percentage of non-religious people than the national average.
Baptists are Protestant, and they are not part of the Catholic Church.
The United Kingdom has the largest Protestant population with about 36,000,000. Both Iceland and Denmark have the largest Protestant percentage with 91%
Edward VI was a protestant, because when Henry VIII died more people had become protestant, and decided that Henry VIII was right. Since Edward was a heir to Henry, people were on the protestant side
bloody mary punished people at the protestant religion at what stake
Yes, a lot of people are Catholic or Protestant. A lot of other people are Muslims or Hindus or members of other religions.
It allowed people throughout Europe to read the works of Protestant reformers.
She Made The Church Of England Where Protestant And Catholic People Could Go To That Way There Would Be Protestant And Catholic People In The Same Church. she then let the people of England chose if they wanted to be catholic or protestant!
ProtestantLady Jane religion was protestant which people loved about her.
600-800 million, according to the latest Wikipedia article
The Americas (239,139,124) followed by Africa (160,051,482) are the regions of the world with the most protestant people.