What is the main religion of each country in Oceania?

What is the main religion of each country in Oceania?


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We leave you a list with the main religion of each country in Oceania, arranged alphabetically, where Christianity is the predominant religion of the continent.

  1. Australia: Protestantism (28.8%).
  2. Fiji: Protestantism (45%).
  3. Marshall Islands: Protestantism (54.8%).
  4. Solomon Islands: Protestantism (73.4%).
  5. Kiribati: Catholicism (55.8%).
  6. Micronesia: Catholicism (52.7%).
  7. Nauru: Protestantism (60.4%).
  8. New Zealand: Christianity (44.3%).
  9. Palau: Catholicism (49.4%).
  10. Papua New Guinea: Protestantism (69.4%).
  11. Samoa: Protestantism (57.4%).
  12. Tonga: Protestantism (64.9%).
  13. Tuvalu: Church of Tuvalu (97%).
  14. Vanuatu: Protestantism (70%).

Source: CIA Library
Image: Stock Photos - Peter Hermes Furian on Shutterstock

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