That depends on your definition, if you mean to use the Christian definition of "anyone not beleaving in the god of Abraham" then that would be everyone but Christians, Jews, and Muslims. Roughly 45 to 50 %.
If you mean Neo-Pagan, as in Wiccan or a reconstruction of a European pre-Christian religion then your talking well bellow .1%. Neo-pagans are less than .33% of the U.S. population of 300+ million and even with European Neo-pagans that's a rather small amount.
Wicca and Neo-Pagan is similar yes. I don't understand your percent 2 those.
99.99 percent with a sundae for a pagan festival in Mississippi.
About 70.8 percent of South Koreans are non-Christians according to a 2005 census. Taking into account the number of atheists (since I don't know what you mean by "pagan"), that leaves about %24.3 as actual practicing non-Christians.
A shaman is a person(specifically a religious leader/figure/mystic/etc) who can travel/communicate between this world and their equivalent of the spirit world. A pagan shaman would be a shaman who belongs to one of the religions under the "pagan" umbrella.
Jews were monotheists and the world was pagan.
20 percent of the world are grasslands
* Mandarin Chinese is spoken by 13.2 percent of the World. * Spanish is spoken by 4.9 percent of the World. * English is spoken by 4.7 percent of the World. * Arabic is spoken by 3.1 percent of the World. * Hindi is spoken by 2.7 percent of the World.
Pagan people can be found on almost every continent and in every country in the world. There are many various religions and practices that have come to be known as Pagan. The word Pagan stems from the Latin words Pagani and Paganus meaning people who dwell (live) in the country.
A pagan is someone not belonging to one of the world's main religions.
Angel Pagan is a player for the san francisco giants. He cam onto the team the year the giants won their second world series, 2012. Pagan has greatly added to the team's success. He is also puerto rican.
80 percent of the world