Study shows growing indifference to religion among millennials in Europe
March 21, 2018
CWN Editor's Note: Among young people in Europe, a rising number profess no religious beliefs, a new survey finds. In the Czech Republic, 91% of “millennials” (aged 16 to 29) have no religious affiliation. In Sweden, Estonia, and the Netherlands, the number of millennials without religious ties is over 70%. Poland is Europe’s most religious country, with only 17% of young adults saying they have no religious ties.
In the United Kingdom, the survey found that Catholic millennials outnumbered Anglicans, by 10 to 7%. Anglicans in that age group barely outnumbered Muslims, who accounted for 6%.
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