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The Irish-descended people I've known have been almost exclusively Catholic (or a bit rebellious against their upbringing and no longer Catholic, but certainly not Protestant). So it hasn't come up much, since most people knew others were the same. They're not fans of the English/people of English descent.
Perhaps 'Protestant or Catholic?' is simply easier than asking a long-winded, but technically more accurate, question involving political allegiances, ancestry and cultural identity?
Edit: Also, the Irish-descended Catholic people I grew up around got along pretty well with Protestants who weren't of English ancestry. So that's part of why it doesn't seem inherently religious to me.
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