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over 80 percent of Caribbean Netherlands population are religious
In 2013, 88 percent of inhabitants on Bonaire aged 15 years and older reported having a religious denomination. On Saba and St Eustatius 83 percent of inhabitants said they were religious. The...
Fewer churchgoers, especially among Catholics
Church attendance is declining in the Netherlands. Catholics in particular have been going to church less in recent years. In spite of this, over half of the population say they belong to a...
Church attendance in decline
Last year, 16 percent in the population attended religious services in churches, mosques or went to other religious meetings on a regular basis. Yet, more than half of adults in the Dutch...
One in six go to church or mosque on a regular basis
More than half of the Dutch population aged 18 years and older state they are members of a denomination or ideological group. In the period 2010-2011, one in six regularly attended religious...
Young religious people form the minority
Slightly fewer than half of all people aged between 12 and 25 responded in 2009 that they had a religious denomination. This share has fallen by 6 percent points since 1997.