Mapped: These are the world’s most religious countries

The survey by WIN/Gallup International involved speaking face-to-face, on the telephone or online with nearly 64,000 people in 65 countries. In the map above, readers can click on each country and find out the results of the survey for each nation.

The most religious country was Thailand where 94 per cent of respondents said they were a religious person. Only one per cent said they were a convinced atheist.

Canada (See pic above) is a majority non-religious state.

  • FactsWillOut

    It’s like going to a fancy hotel in Germany, where they have photos of all the famous, rich and powerful folk who stayed there, except for this blank period between 1939 and 1945.
    There seems to be something missing in this map.

    • Mojo1961

      Especially at 21°25′N 39°49′E .

  • Gettingby

    That map is a load of crap. Africa especially the northern Islamic countries are non religious?…BS

    • They simply did not survey those countries. So yes it is not a World survey in fact.

    • Oracle9

      Theocracies excluded. They are social systems and have only a veneer of religiosity to justify the power structure. It may not be the way it’s intended on the map but to me it makes sense.

  • Ron MacDonald

    Russia religious!

    • FactsWillOut

      Orthodox Christian.
      Russia is not Moscow as Canada is not Toronto.

  • David

    And here I thought communism and religion were mutually exclusive.

  • Justin St.Denis

    One hopes that Canadians will eventually wish to be defined by what they ARE as opposed to what they are NOT. In my lifetime, the only thing Canadians seem to wish to make clear is that they are not Americans. Unfortunately, I think this sentiment is based more upon shared sour grapes than shared cultural identity. Sad.