Which country goes to church the most?
Based on 1990-1991 data, it was estimated that the country with the highest rate of church attendance in the world was Nigeria (89%) and with the lowest – the Soviet Union (2%). Nigeria’s data was notable, as Nigeria is very religiously diverse – the population is 50.1% Muslim and 48.2% Christian.
Which country has the most churches in Europe?
Russia is the largest Christian country in Europe by population, followed by Germany and Italy.
Christianity in Europe.
|95–100%||Malta Moldova Armenia Romania Vatican City|
|90–95%||San Marino Portugal Liechtenstein Ireland Serbia Croatia Poland Iceland|
Who is No 1 religion of world in population?
Adherents in 2020
What is the most religious European country?
The most religious countries are Romania (1% non-believers) and Malta (2% non-believers). Across the EU, belief is more common with older age and is higher amongst women, those with only basic education, and those “positioning themselves on the right of the political scale (57%)”.
What is the fastest growing religion in Europe?
Islam is widely considered as the fastest growing religion in Europe due primarily to immigration and above average birth rates. Between 2010 and 2015 the Muslim fertility rate in Europe was (2.1).
How many churches are there in Italy?
Emilia-Romagna followed on the list, with a total of 19 churches and religious complexes as of 2019.
Number of churches and religious complexes in Italy in 2019, by region.
|Characteristic||Number of churches and religious complexes|
Which religion is most powerful in the world?
Major religious groups
- Christianity (31.2%)
- Islam (24.1%)
- Irreligion (16%)
- Hinduism (15.1%)
- Buddhism (6.9%)
- Folk religions (5.7%)
- Sikhism (0.3%)
- Judaism (0.2%)
Which country has all religion?
Religion > Religions > All: Countries Compared
|Albania||Muslim 70%, Albanian Orthodox 20%, Roman Catholic 10%|
|Algeria||Sunni Muslim (state religion) 99%, Christian and Jewish 1%|
|American Samoa||Christian Congregationalist 50%, Roman Catholic 20%, Protestant and other 30%|
|Andorra||Roman Catholic (predominant)|
Which country has no religion?
According to the Pew Research Center’s 2012 global study of 230 countries and territories, 16% of the world’s population is not affiliated with any religion.
|Country or region||China (details)|