International Journal of Population Research / 2013 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

Cultural Inheritance and Fertility Outcomes: An Analysis from Evolutionary and Interdisciplinary Perspectives

Table 2

Percentage distributions of respondents’ religious affiliation raised and current religious affiliation (%): US females, 2002-2003.

Religion raisedCurrent religion
(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)(7)(8)

(1) No religion664.54.99.73.23.23.04.8630
(2) Catholic 8.877.92.12.92.21.32.71.92,796
(3) Baptist/Southern Baptist7.60.874.84.23.72.74.31.71,594
(4) Methodist, Lutheran, Presbyterian, Episcopal, Arian11.32.54.467.21.73.96.03.01,179
(5) Fundamental Protestant12.70.86.61.268.64.14.41.5471
(6) Other Protestant denomination13.57.51.53.5076.83.10.7356
(7) Protestant-no specific denomination15.37.62.21.52.6069.01.8195
(8) Other non-Christian religion7.90.62.32.50.515.70.969.7398
1,1072,2501,3961,0014935014244487,619

Sources: derived from NSFG Cycle 6 female dataset, 2002-2003 [46]. All cases are weighted.

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