Percentage of daily prayers by country
The higher the GDP, the fewer believers (with the exception of the USA)

 

Map: Percentage of daily prayers by country

Map: Percentage of daily prayers by country

The world’s 20 largest religions and their number of believers are:

  1. Christianity (2.1 billion)
  2. Islam (1.3 billion)
  3. Nonreligious (Secular/Agnostic/Atheist) (1.1 billion)
  4. Hinduism (900 million)
  5. Chinese traditional religion (394 million)
  6. Buddhism 376 million
  7. Primal-indigenous (300 million)
  8. African traditional and Diasporic (100 million)
  9. Sikhism (23 million)
  10. Juche (19 million)
  11. Spiritism (15 million)
  12. Judaism (14 million)
  13. Bahai (7 million)
  14. Jainism (4.2 million)
  15. Shinto (4 million)
  16. Cao Dai (4 million)
  17. Zoroastrianism (2.6 million)
  18. Tenrikyo (2 million)
  19. Neo-Paganism (1 million)
  20. Unitarian-Universalism (800,000)
Map: Percentage of daily prayers by country; Religions of the World

Map: Percentage of daily prayers by country; Religions of the World

WORLD RELIGIONS

Australia Protestants-Anglicans 26.1%, 26%, other Christians 24.3%, adherents of non-Christian religions (Buddhists, Muslims) 11%, not determined religious affiliation 12.6%
Austria Catholic 78%, Protestant 5%, Muslim and other 17%
Azerbaijan Muslims 93.4%, Orthodox 2.5%, Armenian Gregorians 2.3%, other 1.8%
Note: religious affiliation is determined nominally, not all actually observe the rite of their religion
Albania Muslims 70%, Orthodox 20%, Catholics 10%
Note: all mosques and churches were closed in 1967 and religious worship was banned, and since 1990 citizens have been allowed to practice religion again
Algeria Sunni Muslim (state religion) 99%, Christian and Jewish 1%
Anguilla (Brit.) The Protestants-Anglican 40%, Protestant, Methodist 33%, Protestant-seventh day Adventist 7%, Protestant-Baptist 5%, Roman Catholics 3%, other 12%
Angola Followers of traditional local beliefs 47%, Catholic 38%, Protestant 15%
Andorra are Catholics (the dominant group)
Antigua and Barbuda Protestants-Anglicans (predominant group), other Protestants, few Catholics
Antilles (Netherlands) Catholics, Protestants, Judaists, Seventh-day Adventist Protestants
Macao (special region of China) Buddhists 50%, Catholics 15%, not determined religion and other 35%
Argentina is Nominally Catholic 92% (but less than 20% actually adhere to Catholic rites), Protestant 2%, Jewish 2%, other 4%
Armenia Armenian-Gregorians 94%, other Christians 4%, Yezidi (Zoroastrianism with elements of other cults 2%
Aruba (NID.) Catholic 82%, Protestant 8%, Hindu, Muslims, Confucians, Jews
Afghanistan Sunni Muslim 84%, Shia 15%, other 1%
Bahamas Protestants-Baptists 32%, Protestants-Anglicans 20%, Catholics 19%, Protestants-Methodists 6%, Protestants-adherents of the Church of God 6%, other Protestants 12%, other or undefined religion 5%
Bangladesh Muslim 83%, Hindu 16%, other 1%
Barbados Protestant 67% (Protestant-Anglican 40%, Pentecostal 8%, Protestant-Methodist 7%, other 12%), Catholic 4%, 17%, other 12%
Bahrain Shia 70%, Sunni Muslim 30%
Belize Catholics of 49.6%, Protestant 27% (Protestant Anglicans 5.3 percent, Protestants-Methodists 3.5 percent, Protestant Mennonites at 4.1%, Protestant-seventh-day Adventists 5.2 percent, Protestants-Pentecostals 7.4 percent, Protestants, Jehovah’s witnesses 1.5 percent), to determine the religion of 9.4%, other 14%
Belarus Orthodox 80%, other (Catholics Protestants, Judaists, and Muslims) 20%
Belgium Catholic 75%, Protestant and other 25%
Benin Adherents of local traditional beliefs 50%, Christians 30%, Muslims 20%
Bermuda (Brit.) Protestant nearly one 39%, Protestant-Anglican 27%, Roman Catholics 15%, other 19%
Bulgaria Orthodox of 83.8%, Muslim 12.1% of Catholic 1.7 percent, Jewish 0.8 percent, Protestant, Armenian-Gregorian and other 1,6%
Bolivia Catholic 95%, protestants (Methodist)
Bosnia and Herzegovina Muslim 40%, Orthodox 31%, Catholic 15%, Protestant 4%, other 10%
Botswana, Followers of traditional local beliefs 85%, Christian 15%
Brazil Catholics (nominal) 80%
Brunei Muslim (official religion) 67%, Buddhist 13%, followers of traditional local beliefs and other 10%
Burkina Faso, Followers of traditional local beliefs 40%, Muslim 50%, Christian (mostly Catholic) 10%
Burundi Christians 67% (Catholics 62%, Protestants 5%), adherents of local traditional beliefs 23%, Muslims 10%
Bhutan Lamaist Buddhists 75%, Hindus of Indian and Nepalese orientation 25%
Vanuatu Protestants-Presbyterians 36.7%, Protestants-Anglicans 15%, Catholics 15%, adherents of local traditional beliefs 7.6%, Protestants-seventh-day Adventists 6.2%, adherents of the Church of Christ 3.8%, other 15.7%
The Vatican Catholics
UK Protestants-Anglicans and Catholics are about 40 million, Muslim 1.5, Protestant-Presbyterian – 0,8 Protestants-Methodists, 0,8, 0,5 Sikhs, Hindus 05,5 Judaism 0.35 million people.
Hungary Catholic of 67.5%, Protestant-Calvinist 20%, Protestant-Lutheran 5%, atheist and other 7.5 is%
Venezuela Nominally Catholics 96%, Protestants 2%, other 2%
Virgin Islands (Brit.) Protestants 86% (Methodists 33%, Protestants-Anglicans 17%, Protestants-adherents of the Church of God 9%, Protestants-Adventists seventh day 6%, Protestants-Baptists 4%, Protestants-Jehovah’s witnesses 2%, other 2%), Catholics 10%, not determined religion 2%, other 2%
Virgin Islands (USA) Protestant-Baptist 42%, Catholic 34%, Protestant Episcopal Church 17%, other 7%
Eastern Samoa (USA) Protestant Congregationalists (a form of Calvinism) 50 %, Catholics 20%, other Protestants and other 30%
East Timor Catholic 90%, Muslim 4%, Protestant 3%, Hindu 0.5%, Buddhist, followers of traditional local beliefs
Vietnam Buddhists, adherents of hoohoo (Buddhist sect) and Dai (syncretic sect), Christians (the dominant group of Catholics, there are also Protestants), the animists, Muslims
Gabon Christians 55-75%, adherents of local traditional beliefs, Muslims – less than 1%Haiti Catholic 80%, Protestant 16% (Protestant-Baptist 10%, Protestant, Pentecostal 4%, Protestant-seventh day Adventist 1%, other 1%), determined not religious 1%, other 3% Note: approximately half of the population participates in voodoo rituals – African-American syncretic sect
The Guyana Christian 50%, Hindu 35%, Muslim 10%, other 5%Gambia, the Muslim 90%, Christian 9%, animists 1%
Ghana Followers of traditional local beliefs 21%, Muslim 16%, Christian 63%
Guadeloupe (French.) Catholic 95%, Hindu and syncretic Afro-American traditional beliefs 4%, Protestant 1%
Guatemala Catholics, Protestants, adherents of local sectsGuiana (French.) CatholicsGuinea Muslims 85%, Christians 8%, adherents of local traditional beliefs 7%Guinea-Bissau Adherents of local traditional beliefs 50%, Muslims 45%, Christians 5%Germany Protestant 34%, Catholic 34%, Muslim 3.7% and not a defined religion and other 28,3%Guernsey (Brit.) The Protestants-Anglicans, Catholics, Protestants-Presbyterians, Protestants-Baptists, potestant Congregationalist, Protestant-MethodistGibraltar (Brit.) Catholics 76,9%, Anglican 6.9%, the Muslims of 6.9%, Jewish 2.3 percent, not defined religion and other 7%Honduras Catholic 97%, ProtestantGrenada Catholic 53%, Protestant-Anglicans and 13.8%, other Protestant 33.2 per%
Greenland (Danish.) LutheransGreece Orthodox 98%, Muslims 1.3%, other 0.7%
Georgia Orthodox (Georgian Orthodox Church) 65%, Muslims 11%, Orthodox (Russian Orthodox Church) 10%, Armenian-Gregorians 8%, not determined religion 6%
GUAM (USA) Catholics 85%, other 15%Denmark the Protestants-Lutheran 95%, other Protestant and Catholic 3%, Muslim 2%
Jersey (Brit.) Protestants-Anglicans, Catholics, Protestant Baptists and other ProtestantsDjibouti Muslim 94%, Christian 6%
Dominica Catholic 77%, Protestant 15% (Methodist 5%, Protestant, Pentecostal 3%, Protestant-seventh day Adventist 3%, Protestant-Baptist 2%, other 2%), not defined religion 2%, other 6%
Dominican Republic Catholics 95%
Egypt Muslims (mostly Sunnis) 94%, Coptic Christians (ancient Eastern Christianity) and other 6%
Zambia Christian 50-75%, Muslim and Hindu 24-49%, the animists 1%
Western Sahara Muslims
Zimbabwe Adherents of syncretic sects (combining elements of Christianity and local traditional beliefs) 50%, Christians 25%, adherents of local traditional beliefs 24%, Muslims and other 1%
Israel (including partially occupied Arab territories) and Jews to 80.1%, Muslim 14.6 percent (mostly Sunni), Christian 2.1%, the other 3%
India the Hindus of 81.3%, Muslim 12%, Christian 2.3 percent, Sikh 1.9 percent, other, including Buddhists, Jains and Parsis 2,5%
Indonesia Muslim 88%, Protestant 5%, Catholic 3%, Hindu 2%, Buddhist 1%, other 1%
Jordan Sunni Muslim 92%, Christian 6% (mostly Orthodox Christians /followers of the Greek Orthodox and Syriac Orthodox churches, the Coptic, the Armenian-Gregorians /the last two groups – the Monophysites, the followers of ancient Eastern Christianity, close to the Orthodox/ Greek-Catholic, Protestant), other 2% (Shia and Druze**)
Iraq Muslim 97% (Shiite 60-65%, Sunni 32-37%), Christian and other 3%
Iran Shia 89%, Sunni Muslim 10%, Zoroastrian, Jewish, Christians, and Baha’is 1%
Ireland Catholics 91.6%, Protestants (Church of Ireland) 2.5%, other 5.9%
Iceland Lutheran 93%, other Protestants, Catholics
Spain Catholic 94%, other 6%
Italy is Mainly Catholic, there are Protestant and Jewish communities, the number of Muslims (immigrant workers)
Yemen Musulmane Sunni and Shia (eality), small communities of Jews, Christians and Hindus
Cape Verde Catholics (often the Catholic faith is mixed with local traditional beliefs), Protestants
Kazakhstan Muslim 47%, Russian Orthodox 44%, Protestant 2%, other 7%
The Cayman Islands (Brit.) The Protestants of the United Presbyterian-congregational Church, the Protestants, the Anglicans, the Protestants, the Baptists, the Protestants, adherents of the Church of God, other Protestant, Catholic
Cambodia Buddhists (Theravada – southern Buddhism) 95%, other 5%
Cameroon Adherents of local traditional beliefs 40%, Christians 40%, Muslims 20%,
Canada Catholics 46%, Protestants 36%, other 18%
Qatar Muslim 95%
Kenya Protestant 45%, Catholic 33%, animists 10%, Muslim 10%, other 2%
Note: most Kenyans call themselves Christians, but the figures are not accurate: estimates of the proportion of Muslims and local traditional beliefs vary widely
Cyprus Orthodox 78%, Muslim 18%, Maronite (Eastern Christians who accepted the primacy of the Pope), the Armenian-Gregorian and other
Kyrgyzstan Muslim 75%, Russian Orthodox 20%, other 5%
Kiribati Catholics 52%, Protestants (Congregationalists) 40%, Seventh-day Adventist Protestants, Muslims, Baha’is and Protestant followers of the Church of God
China Taoists, Buddhists, Muslims (1-2%), Christians (3-4%)
Note: officially, China is an atheistic country
The DPRK has Traditionally Buddhists and Confucians, a few Christians and followers of the syncretic doctrine of the Chondoist (“Religion of the heavenly way»)
Note: according to Western experts, there are practically no religious communities freely and at their own discretion; existing religious organizations operate under the control of the state seeking to create the appearance of freedom of religion
Cocos Island (under Australian administration) Sunni Muslim 80%, other 20%
Colombia Catholics 90%
Comoros Sunni Muslim 98%, Catholics 2%
Congo (Brazzaville) Christians 50%, adherents of local traditional beliefs 48%, Muslims 2%
Congo (Kinshasa) Catholic 50%, Protestant 20%, kimbanguist (Protestant sect with elements of local traditional beliefs) 10%, Muslim 10%, other syncretic sects and animists 10%
Korea South Christian 49%, Buddhist 47%, Confucians 3%, shamanists, the followers of the Chondoist syncretic cult (Religion of the heavenly way”) and other 1%
Costa Rica Catholics of 76.3%, Protestant Evangelical confession of 13.7%, other Protestant 0.7%, as Protestants, Jehovah’s witnesses 1.3%, and other 4.8% to determine the religion of 3.2%
Côte D’ivoire Christians 20-30%, Muslim 35-40%, the animists 25-40%
Note: the majority of foreign migrant workers are Muslim (70%) and Christian (20%)
Cuba Before the Cuban revolution nominally Catholics considered 85% of the population; there are also Protestants (among them – Jehovah’s witnesses), Judaists and adherents of African-American syncretic sects (Santeria)
Kuwait Muslim 85% (Sunni 60% and Shia 25%), Christians, Hindu, Parsi, and other 15%
Cook Islands (Association with New Zealand) Christians (mainly belonging to the local Protestant Church)
Laos Buddhist 60%, animists and other 40% (including Christians 1,5%)
Latvia Protestants-Lutherans, Catholics, Orthodox
Lesotho Christian 80%, Muslim 20%
Liberia Adherents of local traditional beliefs 40%, Christians 40%, Muslims 20%
Lebanon Muslim 70% (Shiite**, Sunnis**, Druze**, Ismailis** Alawites**), Christian 30% (Orthodox, Catholic, Protestant), Jewish less than 1%
Libya Sunni Muslim 97%
Lithuania is Catholic, Protestant-Lutheran, Orthodox, Protestant, Evangelical confession, the Protestants, Baptists, Muslims, Jews
Liechtenstein Catholic 80%, Protestant 7.4%, and to determine the religion of 7.7% other 4,9%
Luxembourg Catholics (majority) as well as a few Protestants, Judaists and Muslims
Note: legislation in 1979. banned the collection of information on religious affiliation
Mauritius Hindu 52%, Christian 28.3 per cent (Catholic 26%, Protestant 2.3 percent), Muslim 16.6 per cent, other 3,1%
Mauritania Muslim 100%
Madagascar Followers of traditional local beliefs 52%, Christian 41%, Muslim 7%
Mayotte (FR.) Muslim 97%, Christian (mainly Catholics)
Macedonia Orthodox 67%, Muslims 30%, other 3%
Malawi Protestant 55%, Catholic 20%, Muslim 20%, animists 3%, other 2%
Malaysia Muslims, Buddhists, Taoists, Hindus, Christians, Sikh
note: in East Malaysia, is maintained shamanism
Mali Muslim 90%, followers of traditional local beliefs 9%, Christian 1%
The Maldives are Sunni Muslims
Malta Catholics 91%
Morocco Muslims of 98.7%, Christian 1.1%, Jewish 0,2%
Martinique (FR.) Catholic 95%, Hindu and syncretic Afro-American cults 5%
Marshall Islands Christians (mostly Protestants)
Mexico Nominally Catholic 89%, Protestant 6%, other 5%
Micronesia Catholic 50%, Protestant 47%
Mozambique Adherents of local traditional beliefs 50%, Christians 30%, Muslims 20%
Moldova Orthodox of 98.5%, Judaism 1.5%, and Protestants-Baptists (the community is about 1 thousand people.)
Monaco Catholics 90%
Mongolia Lamaist Buddhists 96%, Muslims (southwest), shamanists and Christians 4%
Myanmar (Burma) Buddhist 89%, Christian 4% (Protestant-Baptist 3%, Catholic 1%), Muslims 4%, animists 1%, other 2%
Namibia Christians 80-90% (including Lutherans – at least 50%), adherents of local traditional beliefs 10-20%
Nauru Christians (2/3 Protestant, 1/3 Catholic)
Nepal Hindus of 86.2%, Buddhist 7.8 percent, Muslims 3.8%, the other a 2.2%
Note: Nepal is the only country in the world where Hinduism is declared an official religion
Niger Muslims 80%, the rest – adherents of local traditional beliefs and Christians
Nigeria Muslim 50%, Christian 40%, animists 10%
Netherlands Catholic 31%, Protestant 21%, Muslim 4.4 percent, other 3.6%, the determine of religion 40%
Nicaragua Catholics 85%, Protestants
Niue (Association with New Zealand) Protestants 75%, Catholics
New Zealand Protestants-Anglican 24%, Protestant-Presbyterian 18%, Roman Catholics 15%, Protestants-Methodists 5%, Protestant-Baptist 2%, other Protestant 3%, no religion 33 determined%
New Caledonia Catholic 60%, Protestant 30%, other 10%
Norway Lutheran Evangelical confession 86% (state Church), other Protestants and Catholics 3%, other 1%, not determined religion 10%
Norfolk (Australia) Protestants-Anglicans 37.4%, Protestants-adherents of the United Church of Australia 14.5%, Catholics 11.5%, Protestants-seventh-day Adventists 3.1%, not determined religion 29.6%, other 3.9%
United Arab Emirates Muslim 96% (of which Shia 16%), Christian, Hindu, and other 4%
Oman Muslims-Ibadites 75%, Sunni Muslims, Shia Muslims, Hindus
Christmas Island (under Australian rule) Buddhists 36%, Muslims 25%, Christians 18%, other 21%
Pakistan Muslim 97% (Sunni 77%, Shia 20%), Christian, Hindu, and other 3%
Palau Christians (Catholics 49%, Protestants-Adventists seventh day, Protestants-Jehovah’s witnesses, etc.), about a third of the population, professes syncretic (combining elements of Christianity and local traditional beliefs) cult Modekngei
Palestine. West Bank Muslim 75% (the majority group of Sunni), Jewish 17%, Christian and other 8%
Palestine. The Gaza strip: Muslim (mostly Sunni) by 98.7%, Christian 0.7%, the Jews 0,6%
Panama Catholics 85%, Protestants 15%
Papua New Guinea Catholics 22%, Protestant-Lutheran 16%, Protestants-Presbyterians and Methodists 8%, Protestant-Anglican 5%, Evangelical Protestant confession 4%, Protestant-seventh day Adventist 1%, other Protestant 10%, animists 34%
Paraguay Catholics 90%, Protestant Mennonites and other Protestants
Peru Catholics 90%
Pitcairn Islands (Brit.) Protestant-seventh day Adventist 100%
Polynesia (French.) Protestants 54%, Catholics 30%, other 16%
Poland Catholic 95% (about 75% comply with the rites), Orthodox, Protestant, and other 5%
Portugal Catholic 94%, Protestant
Puerto Rico (USA) Catholics 85%, Protestants and other 15%
Reunion (FR.) Catholic 86%, Hindu, Muslim, Buddhist
Russia Orthodox, Muslims, Buddhists-lamaists, Jews and other
Rwanda Catholics of 56.5%, Protestant 26%, Protestant-seventh-day Adventists of 11.1%, Muslim 4.6%, and followers of traditional local beliefs 0.1%, but not determined the religion of 1.7%
Romania Orthodox 70%, Catholics 6%, Protestants 6%, undefined religion 18%
El Salvador Catholics 83% Note: since 1992, the activity of Protestants of the Evangelical confession has intensified in the country: there are more than 1 million adherents of this Church
Samoa Christians 99.7% (mainly Protestants)
San Marino Catholics
Sao Tome and Principe Christian 80% (Roman Catholics, Protestants, Evangelical confession, the Protestants, the seventh day Adventists)
Saudi Arabia Muslims 100%
Swaziland Zion Church (syncretic cult, combining elements of Christianity and local traditional beliefs) 40%, Catholics 20%, Muslims 10%, Baha’is, Protestants-Methodists, Mormons, Judaists and other 30%
St. Helena Island. (Brit.) Protestant Anglicans (majority), Protestant Baptists, Protestant seventh-day Adventists, Catholics
Northern Mariana Islands (USA) Christians (mainly Catholics), many of whom in one way or another remain committed to local traditional rituals
Seychelles Catholics 86.6%, Protestants-Anglicans 6.8%, other Christians 2.5%, other 4.1%
Senegal Muslim 94%, animists 1%, Christian 5% (mostly Roman Catholics)
Saint Pierre and Miquelon (FR.) Catholics 99%
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Protestants-Anglicans 47%, Methodist Protestants 28%, Catholics 13%, Hindus, Seventh-day Adventist Protestants, other Protestants
St. Kitts and Nevis Protestants-Anglicans, other Protestants, Catholics
Saint Lucia Catholic 90%, Protestant 7%, Protestants-Anglicans 3%
Singapore Buddhist (Chinese), Muslim (Malays), Christian, Hindu, Sikh, Taoist, Confucians
Syria Sunni Muslims 74%, alawites**, Druze** and other Muslim sects 16%, Christians of various confessions 10%, Judaists (small communities in Damascus, al-Qamishli and Aleppo)
Slovakia Catholics 60.3%, atheists 9.7%, Protestants 8.4%, Orthodox 4.1%, other 17.5%
Slovenia Catholics of 70.8% (including Uniate*** 2%), Protestant-Lutheran 1%, Muslim 1%, atheist 4.3%, the other is 22.9%
Solomon Islands Protestants-Anglicans 45%, Catholic 18%, Protestants-Methodists, and Presbyterians 12%, Protestant-Baptist 9%, Protestant-seventh day Adventist 7%, other Protestant 5%, animists 4%
Somalia Sunni Muslims
Sudan Sunni Muslim 70% (in the North), followers of traditional local beliefs 25%, Christian 5% (mostly in South and Khartoum)
Suriname Hindus of 27.4%, Muslim 19.6% and Catholics of 22.8%, Protestant 25.2% of the animists 5%
United States Protestant 56%, Catholic 28%, Jewish 2%, other 4%, not determined religion 10%
Sierra Leone Muslim 60%, followers of traditional local beliefs 30%, Christian 10%
Hong Kong (special region of China) Adherents of different (often simultaneously several) local religions 90%, Christians 10%
Tajikistan Sunni Muslim 85%, Shia 5%
Thailand Buddhists 95%, Muslims 3.8%, Christians 0.5%, Hindus 0.1%, other 0.6%
About. Buddhists, Confucians, and Taoists 93% (it is difficult to divide the adherents of these religions in Taiwan, as it is common to follow the elements of all three religions), Christians 4,5%, other 2,5%
Tanzania Christian 30%, Muslim 35%, followers of traditional local beliefs 35%; Zanzibar-more than 99% Muslim
Turks and Caicos (Brit.) Protestant Baptists 40%, Protestant Methodists 16%, Protestant Anglicans 18%, Protestant adherents of the Church of God 12%, other 14%
The Followers of traditional local beliefs 51%, Christian 29%, Muslim 20%
Tokelau (New Zealand) 70%, Catholics 28%, other 2%)
Tonga Protestant Christians
Trinidad and Tobago Roman Catholics of 29.4%, Hindu 23.8% of Protestants-Anglican 10.9%, Muslim 5.8 percent, Protestants-Presbyterian 3.4%, and other 26,7%
Tuvalu Protestant Congregationalists 97%, Seventh-day Adventist Protestants 1.4%, Baha’is 1%, other 0.6%
Tunisia Muslim 98%, Christian 1%, Jewish and other 1%
Turkmenistan Muslim 89%, Russian Orthodox 9%, no defined creed 2%
Turkey Muslim 99.8 percent (mostly Sunni), other 0.2 percent (mostly Christians and Jews)
Uganda Catholic 33%, Protestant 33%, Muslim 16%, the animists 18%
Uzbekistan Muslim 88% (mostly Sunni), Orthodox 9%, other 3%
Ukraine Orthodox of different jurisdictions (Moscow Patriarchate, Kyiv Patriarchate, Ukrainian Autocephalous Church), Uniates, Protestants, Judaists
Wallis and Futuna (FR.) Catholics 100%
Uruguay Catholic 66% (less than half of them perform the rites), Protestant 2%, Jewish 1%, not determined religion 31%
Faroe Islands (Denmark.) Lutherans
Fiji Christian 52% (Methodist 37%, Catholic 9%), Hindu 38%, Muslim 8%, other 2%
Note: the indigenous Fijians are Christians, Fiji-Indians – Hindu
Philippines Catholic 83%, Protestant 9%, Muslim 5%, Buddhist and other 3%Finland Lutherans 89%, Orthodox 1%, undetermined religions 9%, other 1%
Falkland Islands (Malvinas) (contentious. Smoothfaced. and Argent.) Protestants-Anglicans, Catholics, other Protestants
France Catholic 83-88%, Protestant 2%, Jewish 1%, Muslim 5-10%, no defined creed 4%
Croatia Catholics of 76.5%, Orthodox 11.1%, as the Muslims of 1.2%, Protestant 0.4%, the other for 10.8%
Central African Republic Supporters of local traditional beliefs 35%, Protestant 25%, Catholic 25%, Muslim 15%
Note: Christians are strongly influenced by local traditional beliefs
Chad Muslims 51%, Christians 35%, adherents of local traditional beliefs 7%, other 7%
Czech Republic Atheists 39.8%, Catholics 39.2%, Protestants 4.6%, Orthodox 3%, other 13.4%Chile Catholic 89%, Protestant 11%, Jewish less than 1%Switzerland Catholics 46.1%, Protestants 40%, other 5%, non-denominational 8,9%
Sweden is a Protestant Lutheran 87%, Roman Catholics, Protestants, Baptists, Muslims, Jews, Buddhists
Sri Lanka – Buddhist 70%, Hindu 15%, Christian 8%, Muslim 7%
Ecuador Catholics 95%
Equatorial Guinea is Nominally Christian (Catholics predominate), but many remain adherents of local traditional beliefs
Eritrea Muslims, Coptic Christians (ancient Eastern Christianity), Catholics, ProtestantsEstonia Protestants-Lutherans, Orthodox, Protestant-Baptist, Protestant, Methodist, Protestant, Seventh-day Adventists, Catholics, Protestants, Pentecostal, Judaism
Ethiopia Muslims 45-50%, Christians-Monophysites (ancient Eastern Christianity close to Orthodoxy) 35-40%, 12%, other 3-8%
South Africa Christians 68% (Christians are almost all white and “colored”, about 60% black and 40% Indians in South Africa), Muslims 2%, Hindus 1.5% (60% of all Indians in South Africa), adherents of local traditional beliefs 28.5%
Yugoslavia Orthodox 65%, Muslim 19%, Catholic 4%, Protestant 1%, other 11%
Jamaica Protestant 61.3 percent (including the Church of God of 21.2%, Baptist 8.8%, with Anglicans of 5.5%, seventh day Adventist 9%, Pentecostal 7.6%, the Methodists of 2.7%), Catholic 4%, other, including the syncretic Afro-American cults, to 34.7%
Japan Shinto And Buddhist combined (in Japan it is difficult to divide believers between these two religions) 84%, other 16% (including Christians 0.7%)

The World in General, Christians 33% (of which Roman Catholics 17%, Orthodox 4%), Muslims 20%, Hindus 13%, Buddhists 6%, Sikhism 0.4%, and Judaism 0.2%, the other believers 13% (the rest are unbelievers or not determined the confession)

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