First, the Roman Catholic church. They're still unreformed so the progress looks like this:
Roman Catholic score: 100% Catholic - 0% Christian.Next, Anglican and Episcopalian. These folks recognized the Reformation to some degree, but still retained quite a few Roman distinctives like infant baptism, priestly robes, liturgy and church hierarchy. The only difference between these two churches is English accent vs. American accent.
Anglican and Episcopalian score: 75% Catholic - 25% ChristianNext, Lutheran. Some of the same as Anglicans and Episcopalian, but they've come a bit further, especially in pseudo-Reformed theology.
Lutheran score: 50% Catholic - 50% ChristianNext, Presbyterian. They've done away with the half-baked Catholic views of Lutheranism on communion, but still sprinkle babies, and sometimes wear robes and have stained glass.
Presbyterian score: 26% Catholic - 74% ChristianNext, Christian Reformed. They basically hold the same thing as Presbyterianism, but just slightly lighter on the church hierarchy.
Christian Reformed score: 25% Catholic - 75% ChristianLast, Baptist. These folks have shed every thread of Catholicism. No baby baptism, no preachers wearing robes, no stained glass, no bread turning into Jesus just because a priest says so, no demon alcohol, no church hierarchy whatsoever. Just me, Jesus and my bible. And my quiet time. The greatest deviation from Rome there is.
Baptist score: 0% Catholic - 100% RepublicanThus we have a complete picture of church life in America today. PTL and you betcha.