Where are the adherents of different religions located? Which countries are more religious, and which ones are more secular?
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1) Traditional religions, by country
Blue = Catholic, purple = Protestant, red = Orthodox, and green = Islam
2) Belief in God, by country
3) People who believe “there is some sort of spirit of life force” (excluding belief in God), by country
4) People who believe “there isn’t any sort of God, spirit, or life force,” by country
5) Belief in God, belief in spirit/life force, no belief in God or spirit/life force, by country, in one graph
6) Islam by percentage of population, by country
Dark green = >95% – – – white = <1%
<1% = Belarus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, Hungary, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Moldova, Monaco, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Ukraine
1%-2% = Andorra, Croatia, Ireland
2%-4% = Italy, Luxembourg, Norway, Serbia, Slovenia, Spain
4%-5% = Denmark, Greece, Liechtenstein, United Kingdom
5%-10% = Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, France, Germany, Netherlands, Sweden, Switzerland
10%-20% = Montenegro, Russia
20%-30% = Cyprus
30%-40% = Macedonia
40%-50% = Bosnia and Herzegovina
80%-90% = Albania
90%-95% = Kosovo
>95% = Turkey
7) Number of Jews, by country
8) Catholicism by percentage of population, by country
9) Protestantism, by country
10) Weekly church attendance, by country
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