What did the 2011 census show about religion in the UK?
In the 2011 Census, Christianity was the largest religion, with 33.2 million people (59.3 per cent of the population). The second largest religious group were Muslims with 2.7 million people (4.8 per cent of the population).
What percentage of UK is religious?
Eurostat’s Eurobarometer survey in December 2018 found that 53.6% of UK’s population is Christian, while 6.2% belong to other religions and 40.2% are non-religious (30.3% Agnostics, 9.9% Atheists).
What percentage of the UK is religious 2020?
Religious affiliation The religion that the largest proportion of the populations in both England and Wales identified with was Christianity (59% and 58% respectively). Almost a third of the population of Wales (32%) and a quarter of the population of England (25%) did not identify with any religion.
Who is the largest religious minority in the UK?
The main minority religions are Muslims 2.8 million (4.4 per cent), Hindus 835,400 (1.3 per cent), Sikhs 432,400 (0.7 per cent), Jews 269,600 (0.4 per cent) and Buddhists 261,600 (0.4 per cent).
What percentage of England is atheist?
At least 33% of Britons, and over 50% in some recent polls, do not identify with any faith when surveyed. Some 40%of Britons do not believe in a deity, and some 15% are agnostic.
What percentage of Brits believe in God?
Amongst British Christians, just over half (56%) believe in the existence of God, whilst 16% believe in a higher power. One in ten (10%) of British Christians say they do not believe there is ‘a god’ or ‘a higher power’. Belief in ‘a god’ is low across all age groups.
What percentage of UK believe in God?
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What percentage of UK is Catholic?
— Around 5.2 million Catholics live in England and Wales, or around 9.6 percent of the population there, and nearly 700,000 in Scotland, or around 14 percent.