CATALANS are least likely to donate their taxes to the Spanish Catholic Church.
Only 19.76% of taxpayers in the northern region tick a box on their return to donate 0.7% of their salary to the church or to charities.
The Balearic Islands are fourth-bottom of the list of 15 autonomous regions, with 30.12% choosing to donate.
The biggest contributors to the Church’s coffers come from Castilla La Mancha, where 48.87% of earners choose to pay the tax.
Last year, the Church raised €227 million from the tax, with charitable social projects eceiving €299 million.
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