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What percentage of AUS is religious?

What percentage of AUS is religious?

Yet despite these significant changes, the percentage of Australians who say they regularly attend a church or other place of worship has changed very little, from 18.8% in 2003 to 17.4% in 2020.

How many Muslims are in Australia census?

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Islam 476.3
Buddhism 529.0
Hinduism 275.5

What is the number 1 religion in Australia?

Australia’s major religion is Christianity with the major denominations including Catholic, Anglican, Uniting Church, Presbyterian and Reformed, Eastern Orthodox, Baptist and Lutheran. The two major denominations, Anglican and Catholic, account for 36% of the Australian population.

Is there a census for religion in Australia?

RELIGION IN AUSTRALIA 2016 CENSUS DATA SUMMARY Religious beliefs are an important aspect of many people’s lives. Information about the religious affiliation of Australians has been collected since the first Census in 1911. TYPE OF RELIGION

What percentage of Australia’s population is citizens?

Most people counted in the 2006 Census were Australian citizens (86.1%). Although the proportion of the population who are citizens decreased slightly, the number of citizens increased by about 535,000 between 2001 and 2006.

What is the population of Australia in 2006?

In the 2006 Census (held on 8th August 2006), there were 19,855,288 people usually resident in Australia. The population has increased by 6%, or just over 1 million people, since the 2001 Census. As in 2001, female slightly outnumbered male in the population.

What is the most common religion to immigrate to Australia?

Between 1996 and 2001 there were just over half a million new arrivals to Australia and, although the most common religious affiliation of immigrants is Christianity, affiliates of other religions are more highly represented among recent immigrants than in the total population.