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In every other country in the survey, no more than roughly half of ex-Catholics view Francis favorably, and relatively few see his papacy as a major change for the Catholic Church.
And while only 4% of Latin Americans were raised without a religious affiliation, twice as many (8%) are unaffiliated today.
And the survey finds that Protestants in the region are much more likely than Catholics to report sharing their faith with people outside their own religious group.
While the movement from Catholicism to Protestantism has occurred among people of all ages and socio-economic levels, the survey reveals some broad demographic patterns among converts.
Roughly half say they belong to a Pentecostal church.
And, in most countries, at least a quarter say they belong to another Protestant church or that they do not know their denomination.