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According to forecasts by the PEW Research Centre, in three decades the number of Christians will decrease, but still, they will be a majority in almost all European countries.
A new report taps into the issue of secularism in Spain. The analysis uncovers the long term evolution of the relationship between citizens and religion.
Attitudes towards Muslims appear to be particularly negative in the Baltic and the Visegrád countries. Crucially, the very same countries have the lowest estimated Muslim population in Europe.
The vast majority of member states have immunization rates below recommended WHO levels. Religion could be playing a decisive role.
Most non-Muslim adults in Western Europe favor at least some restrictions on the religious clothing of Muslim women who live in their country
According to a recent study by Pew Research Center, “2016 saw an uptick in nationalist activities around the globe”, and especially in Europe.
A survey to learn about European values.
A Pew Research Center survey has sought to gauge public opinion on Muslims and Jews, immigrants and immigration, and nationalism and national identity in 15 Western European countries.