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Population, Religion

population of Chile, major force, Roman Catholics, Protestants, Native Americans

Roman Catholics constitute about 78 percent of the population of Chile. The Roman Catholic Church is a major force in Chilean society, although church and state were officially separated in 1925. Protestants make up about 3 percent of the population. Native Americans practicing traditional religions constitute a very small minority.



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