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Are there more German people and Catholic people with wealth

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Are there more German people and Catholic people with wealth and power in the world?
The more I learn about it, the more I see German and Catholic people involved. This is in cities in the U.S., and around the world. Either participating in or owning a company, or political office, or connections, even marriage.


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It is usually thought that those from wealthy countries often have influence with world decisions, including wealth distribution and politics.

Since 2005, the BBC World Service and Program on International Policy Attitudes have tracked opinions about country influence. Germany topped the survey and is considered the most influential country out of those surveyed:

As for the Catholic population, again it seems that because of it being the largest religion in the world that influence is spread worldwide. Wealth and social mobility is a factor as described here in a study done by Duke University:

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