Christianity Plummets in Australia as Sikhism, Hinduism and Islam Grow

Daily Mail

Religion in Australia is steadily changing, with the number of people turning to Sikhism, Hinduism and Islam rising.

The 2016 Census showed almost a third of Australia’s population identify as having ‘no religion,’ although many of those still see themselves as spiritual.

While Christianity’s popularity has plummeted, down from 96.9 per cent of the population in 1921 to just scraping half of today’s citizens at 52 per cent, Sikhism and Hinduism have steadily risen.

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