Diferencia entre revisiones de «Principales grupos religiosos»

! Categoría religiosa !! colspan="2" | Número de seguidores <br /> (en millones) !! Tradición cultural !!class="unsortable"| Principales regiones cubiertas
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| '''[[CristianismoIslam]]''' ||align=right|1687 || <ref>[http://web.archive.org/web/http://www.pupr.edu/hkettani/papers/HICAH2010.pdf 2010 World Muslim Population pdf] Dr. Houssain Kettani January 2010</ref><br /><ref>{{cita web|url=http://pewforum.org/docs/?DocID=450 |título=Mapping the Global Muslim Population |fechaacceso=8 de octubre de 2009 |obra= }}</ref> || [[Religión abrahámica|Religiones Abrahámicas]] ||[[EuropaOriente Medio]], [[España]], [[Italia]], [[América latina]],[[Oceania]] y [[África negra|África Subsahariana]]. Para las minorías mundiales ver [[CristianismoIslam por país]]
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| '''[[IslamCatolicismo y cristianismo]]''' ||align=right|1788 || <ref>[http://worldchristiandatabase.org/wcd/ World Christian Database] [[Gordon–Conwell Theological Seminary]] Centre for the Study of Global Christianity</ref>|| [[Religión abrahámica|Religiones Abrahámicas]] ||[[Oriente MedioFrancia]], [[Norte de África]], [[Asia Central]], [[Asia del Sur]], [[África Occidental]], [[Archipiélago malayo]], con grandes centros poblacionales existentes en [[África Oriental]], [[Península de los Balcanes]], [[Rusia]] y [[China]].<ref>{{cita web|url=http://pewresearch.org/assets/pewforum-muslim-project/weighted-map.htm|título=World distribution of muslim population|fecha=October 2009|fechaacceso=26 de diciembre de 2009|editorial=Pew Centre}}</ref> .
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| '''[[Sin religión]]''' ||align=right| 1100 || <ref>[http://www.adherents.com/Religions_By_Adherents.html Major Religions of the World Ranked by Number of Adherents], [http://www.adherents.com adherents.com].</ref> || [[Secularismo]] || Predominante en Europa, Ex-URSS, China, Japón, Australia y América.
| '''[[Sijismo]]''' ||align=right| 24–28 || <ref>Indian Registrar General & Census Commissioner. "[http://censusindia.gov.in/Census_Data_2001/India_at_glance/religion.aspx Religious Composition]". ''[[Census of India]]'', 2001</ref><br /><ref name="ciawf"/> || [[Dharma|Religiones Dhármicas]] || [[Subcontinente indio]], [[Australasia]], [[América del Norte]], [[Sureste asiático]], el [[Reino Unido]] y [[Europa Occidental]].
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| '''[[Judaísmo]]''' ||align=right| 14–1812 || <ref name="ciawf"/> || [[Religión abrahámica|Religiones Abrahámicas]] || [[Israel]] y la [[diáspora judía]] mundial (principalmente en [[América del Norte]], [[América del Sur]], [[Europa]] y [[Asia]]).
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| '''[[Jainismo]]''' ||align=right| 8–12 || <ref group="nb">Figures for the population of Jains differ from just over six million to twelve million due to difficulties of Jain identity, with Jains in some areas counted as a Hindu sect. Many Jains do not return Jainism as their religion on census forms for various reasons such as certain Jain castes considering themselves both Hindu and Jain. Following a major advertising campaign urging Jains to register as such, the 1981 Census of India returned 3.19 million Jains. This was estimated at the time to still be half the true number. The 2001 Census of India had 8.4 million Jains.</ref> || [[Dharma|Religiones Dhármicas]] || [[India]] y [[África Oriental]].
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