- Australia’s latest census data revealed that for the first time ever “no religion” was the country’s most popular single religious affiliation.
- According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, the percentage of those identifying as “no religion” rose from 19% in 2006 to 30% in 2016.
- The ABS said that the percentage has been rising for decades — and the trend is accelerating, driven by young people.
- Australians aged 18 to 34 were the most likely age group to identify as “no religion,” with 39% percent of them saying they didn’t have a religious affiliation. Read more (6/27/17)
I didn't find anything to this question while navigating: my mc is indian-american, they live in the UK and her mother is atheist while her father hindu. It's a fantasy YA and idk how often to tie in the experiences of the character (raising the dead, magic, etc), with her heritage/religion? I mean I want to stay true to the characters past and her family, but I don't want to write about stuff I'm not qualified to write about