Religion in North America
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|Religions by country|
Between them, the United States, Mexico and Canada account for 85 percent of the population of North America. Religion in each of these countries is dominated by Christianity, making it the largest religion in North America.
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- United States: 0.4%
- Canada: 1.6%
- United States: 0.2%
- United States: 1.9%
Main article: Religion in Canada
Main article: Religion in Mexico
Main article: Religion in the United States
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