Protestants also are consistently more likely than Catholics to view drinking alcohol, divorce, sex outside of marriage and using artificial means of birth control as immoral.
And Protestants are more inclined than Catholics to say that wives should always obey their husbands.
And solid majorities in almost all countries surveyed say abortion should be illegal in all or most circumstances.
Across the region, Protestants are more likely than Catholics to say that abortion should be illegal in all or most circumstances and that same-sex couples should not be allowed to legally wed.
In general, Catholics who are more religiously observant express somewhat more conservative social views than do Catholics who are less observant.
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Nevertheless, Protestants tend to be more socially conservative than Catholics even when levels of religious observance are taken into account.
For example, Protestants who say they attend religious services at least once a week express more conservative social attitudes than Catholics who report going to Mass at least weekly.