The two main religions of Latin America are Roman Catholicism and Protestantism, according to a 2014 survey conducted by the Pew Research Center. About 69 percent of the survey respondents identified as Catholic, which marks a drop in Catholicism, as 84 percent of respondents were raised in the faith.
Protestantism is on the rise in Latin America, as reported by the Pew Research Center. While only 9 percent of respondents were raised in a Protestant denomination, 19 percent said that they currently identified as Protestants. Eight percent of the respondents said that they were unaffiliated with any religion. The survey was conducted in 18 Latin American countries as well as Puerto Rico.