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Whilst religious persuasion offers no guarantee of political preference, the News Letter has also examined data showing the extent to which Protestants and Catholics still just vote along unionist and nationalist lines.
After the 2011 census, the NI Statistics Agency produced a Province-wide map showing what religion people were, or had been raised in.
The Belfast area has been occupied since at least the Bronze Age.
The exact figures were 61,225 Catholics, 45,240 Protestants, 16,692 No religion, and 1,225 Other religion With unionists mulling the future of the Province’s link to Great Britain after the election (leaving an Assembly that is 44% unionist, 43% nationalist, and 12% neither), the figures paint a stark picture of a historic trend which is may work against them – unless they can win Catholic support.
The News Letter has pored over figures dating back to when religious census records first began in 1861, covering the six counties which now make up Northern Ireland.
The Ford of Belfast existed as early as 665, when a battle was fought at the site.
The current Church of Ireland church at this location (St.
George's) is built on the site of an ancient chapel used by pilgrims crossing the water.