Leopoldo Cabrera Rodríguez, Felipe Rosa González

Religious Identification by Regions in Spain: Results over 394,906 individuals: 2013 to 2022

Regional studies on religiosity are non-existent in Spain and infrequent or non-existent in the Europe regional sphere, but not between countries. This article shows the regional variability in Spain of people who identify themselves as believers. It is argued that religious identification (believers) in Spain is regionally heterogeneous and that the regional effects associated with religiosity are altered by other ascriptive variables, gender, age, and educational attainment. 124 barometers have been merged, files from the Centro de Investigaciones Sociológicas (CIS) of Spain from January 2013 to May 2022, monthly, except Augusts, obtaining a sample size of 402,868 interviewees (394,906 identify themselves as religious or non-religious).


Keywords: Religious identification; believers; regional inequality; Spain

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To cite this article

Cabrera Rodríguez, L. ; Rosa González, F. (2023). Identificación Religiosa por Comunidades Autónomas en España: Resultados de 394.906 personas: 2013 a 2022. Investigaciones Regionales - Journal of Regional Research, 57, 71-86.