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Britain: Annual Religious Statistics And Census

Charts, maps and data tables

For further detailed statistics and data please view the site of the content owner British Religion in Numbers.

BRIN is based at the University of Manchester and was made possible by the sponsorship of the Religion & Society Programme. Religion & Society is funded by two publicly-funded UK Research Councils: the Arts and Humanities Research Council and the Economic and Social Research Council.

All the material is issued under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 England and Wales Licence.

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Interactive map
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2001 Census Maps and Tables
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Affiliation and Attendance
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Number of Mosques
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Hindu, Muslim and Sikh populations
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Churches and Churchgoers
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Changing Belief in Britain
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Findings from the 2008 British Social Attitudes Survey
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Trust in Clergy and Other Professions
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Religious Studies Public Examinations
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Religious Affiliation of Prisoners in England and Wales
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Religious Character of Schools, 2009
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Religious Affiliation and Political Attitudes: Findings from the British Election Study 2009/10
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Findings from the 2005 English Church Census
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The Roman Catholic Community in England and Wales
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Muslim Opinions and Opinions of Muslims
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Registered Places of Worship, England and Wales
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Brierley’s Estimates of Denominational Strength for Religious Trends
1. Interactive map of religious affiliation in England and Wales, 2001This tool was created using Ordnance Survey’sOS OpenSpace API. Type in your postcode to find the religious mix of your local authority, or scroll into areas of interest.

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