15 Roman Catholic
 16 Protestant
 17 Spiritist
 18 Buddhist
 19 Jewish
 20 Orthodox
 21 Mohammedan
 22 Other
 23 No religion
Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.
Question E - Religion
The box corresponding to the religion professed by the respondent must be marked with an X.
In certain cases the enumerator should comply with the following orientation:
Roman Catholic - those who declare that they are Roman Catholic Apostolic, Christian Catholic, Roman Catholic, or merely Catholic;
Protestant - Those who declare they belong to an Evangelical or Protestant church (Baptist, Biblical, Calvinist, Lutheran Catholic, Protestant Catholic, Christian Congregation of Brazil, Congregational, Brazilian Baptist Convention, Evangelical Believer, Congregational Christian, Christian, Reformed Christian, Episcopal, Sunday School, Church of God, Lutheran, Methodist, Presbyterian, etc.)
Spiritist - those who state Spiritist, Christian Spiritualist, Spiritualist, Kardecist, Umbandist, Rational Spirit and Scientific Spiritist, etc.;
Jewish - those who state Israelite, Hebrew, Mosaic, Semitic, etc.;
Orthodox - those who state Orthodox, Greek Catholic, Orthodox Catholic, Schismatic, Greek Orthodox, etc;
Mohammedan - those who state Mohammedan, Islamic, Muslim, etc.;
Other religion - those who say they belong to the Adventist, Brahmanist, Brazilian Catholic, Belief of Jehovah, Christianity, Dissident, Esoteric, Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints, Krishnaism, Mormon, New Jerusalem, Positivist, Rosa Cruz, Sabbatarianist, Unitarian, Yoga, etc.;
No religion - those who state No Religion, Agnostic, Atheist, Lay, Free Thinker, Rationalist, etc.
It should be noted that this question should be answered even by minors. In cases of doubt by the respondent in defining the religion of the minors, the religion of the parents should be indicated, provided that the parents profess the same credo.