Ethnicity and Beliefs

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  • Ethnicity and Beliefs
    • 2001 Census
      • The first census to ask about religious beliefs
      • Only 11% of white people described themselves as belonging to the Church of England
    • 2011 Census
      • Majority of white people Christian (75%)
        • Black/Black British - 71% Chrstian
      • 92% of Muslims - Pakistani, 92% Bangledeshi
      • Clear link between ethnicity and religion
    • Ethnic Diversity
      • Muslims more ethnically diverse
      • 9/10 Christians and non-religion people were white
    • Country of Birth
      • No religion - 93% born inside UK
      • Christians - 89% born inside UK
      • Muslims - 37% born inside UK
    • Over 50% of all church-goers in London are Black
      • However, Black people make up less than 20% of London's population
    • Active Membership
      • 42% Muslims
      • 33% Budhist
      • 32% Jewish
      • 29% Hindu
      • 14% Christian

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