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This appears to a revised prediction based on an earlier failed prediction from Harold Camping. Camping predicted that the "rapture" would occur on May 21st 2011, followed by five months of calamitous events before the world would end on October 21st 2011. After this failed to eventuate, He kept a relatively low profile until his death in 2013; however ...
According to Scripture, the Rapture, Christ's return, will only happen once the gospel has been preached to all nations, so it would seem then that it will not happen any time soon. Matthew 24:14 (KJV) And this gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in all the world for a witness unto all nations; and then shall the end come.
I don't believe that a comprehensive answer to this question is possible at this time. Many denominations refrain from even identifying a preferred eschatological position, let alone require their adherants to support it, so adherence statistics won't cut the mustard. To answer the question properly would require professional surveying on eschatological ...
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