Note: No opinion results not shown. SOURCE: This global poll of Catholics was conducted by Bendixen & Amandi Internation for Univision. Representative surveys conducted in 12 countries with the largest concentrations of Catholics, accounting for 61 percent of the world's Catholic population. Surveying from Dec. 18, 2013 to Jan. 15, 2014 in the native language on landlines and cell phones or in-person. At least 1000 interviews were conducted in each country with results having a margin of sampling error of plus or minus 3.5 percentage points for each country. Full results and exact question wording and order is available at here. Published Feb. 9, 2014.
Catholics around the world more liberal than the Vatican
Surveys in 12 countries with some of the largest Roman Catholic populations around the globe reveal a membership unified in their love of Pope Francis, but in broad disagreement with Catholic doctrine on some key social issues. See the full study or read related article.
Priests and marriage
Q: Do you think that Catholic priests should be allowed to marry?
Q: Do you support or oppose marriage between two persons of the same sex?
Q: Do you support or oppose the use of contraceptives?
Q: Do you think that abortions should be allowed in all cases, allowed in some cases such as when the life of the mother is in danger, or should not be allowed at all?