Religion in the UK: 1983-2014

(Click image to enlarge). Data from the British Social Attitudes Survey (BSAS) shows that over the period 1983 to 2014: 1. The Church of England population has nearly halved (from 16.5m to 8.6m); 2. The Catholic population has remained relatively steady (from 4.1 to 4m); 3. Non-Christian religious numbers have…

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UK Prayer Survey

A 2013 Poll (Sample size: 2,015) commissioned by the Church of England, asked the following question: Irrespective of whether you currently pray or not, if you were to pray for something at the moment, What would it be for? 31% said “Peace in the world” 27% said “A end to…

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UK Census – 2011

Results from the UK Census 2011 show that: 59.3% of persons in England and Wales self-identify as ‘Christian’ (down from 71.7% in 2001). This equates to four million less Christians. 25.1% of persons in England and Wales (14.1 Million) self-identify as having no religion at all (up from 14.8% in…

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US Religion Survey

The US Religion Survey found that from 2007 to 2012: The percentage of those who identified as ‘Protestant’ fell from 53% to 48%, but for Catholics the drop was only 1% (from 23% to 22%). The percentage of persons who were not affiliated with any religion * increased from 11.6%…

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