Examine the chart and graph. On the left is a 5-column table with 10 rows titled Religion in North America.

Examine the chart and graph. On the left is a 5-column table with 10 rows titled Religion in North America. The first column is titled Religion with entries Christianity, Unaffiliated, Judaism, Buddhism, Islam, Hinduism, Other Religions, Folk Regions, and Total. The second column is titled 2010 population with entries 266,630,000; 59,040,000; 6,040,000; 3,860,000; 3,480,000; 2,250,000; 2,200,000, 1,020,000; and 344,530,000. The third column is titled percent in 2010 with entries 77.4, 17.1, 1.8, 1.1, 1.0, 0.7, 0.6, 0.3, and 100.0. The fourth column is titled 2050 Projected Population with entries 286,710,000; 111,340,000; 5,920,000; 6,080,000; 10,350,000; 5,850,000; 6,540,000; 2,630,000; and 435,420,000. The fifth column is titled percent in 2050 with entries 65.8, 25.6, 1.4, 1.4, 2.4, 1.3, 1.5, 0.6, and 100.0. On the right is a pie chart titled Religions Practiced in Central America. Christianity is 95.86 percent, Agnostic 2.42 percent, Native Religions 0.99 percent, Atheism 0.15 percent, Spiritism 0.13 percent, and Other is 0.44 percent. Which is the best conclusion that can be drawn by comparing the chart and the graph? The number of Christians in Central America is greater than in North America. More people practice Judaism, Buddhism, and Islam in North America than in Central America. Christians make up a greater percentage of the population in Central America than in North America. The percentage of Central American Christians is growing, while the percentage of North American Christians is shrinking.