Religion in the UK: 1983-2014


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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 increased five-fold (from 0.8m to 4m);
4. Persons of no religious affiliation have nearly doubled (from 12.8m to 24.7m).

» View the UK Christianity page for further statistics on Christianity in the UK.




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