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The HCAPL survey found that 88 percent of Latino Protestants, 43 percent of Latino mainline Protestants and 26 percent of Latino Catholics self-identified as born-again Christian.
As already noted, more than 3 million Latinos had recently left the Catholic church at the time of the HCAPL survey.
Contrary to the findings of Andrew Greeley and others, the HCAPL survey found that alternative Christians made up 3 percent of all Latinos (44 million), 10 percent of all non-Catholics, and 13 percent of all non-Catholic Christians.
The HCAPL survey found that only 1 percent of all Latinos were affiliated exclusively with a world religion or non-Christian tradition.
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