Rate : Roman Catholics as % of Total Pop.

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Roman Catholics as % of Total Pop.
Rate (R)
REL_IRL1911:rc * 100.0 / TOT_POP:now
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The Census of Ireland classified the entire population by religion. This rate shows the percentage who were Roman Catholics.

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T_REL Roots & Religion

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