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What religions did Switzerland have?


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2009-02-15 17:20:25
2009-02-15 17:20:25

Although there is no state religion, Christianity is the predominant Swiss religion. According to the 2000 census, 41.8% of Switzerland's population are Roman Catholic, while 35.5% are Protestants

4.3% of Switzerland's population is Moslem and 1.8% are Eastern Orthodox.

Other Christian faiths make up 0.4% of the population, 1% of the population follow other religions, 4.3% of the population specified no religion and 11.1% have no religion.


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