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Atheism in Russia and Former Soviet States
Liber Tarix: Cume, 07.03.2008, 22:25 | Post # 1
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A 2004 survey commissioned by the BBC found that 24% of those in Russia do not believe in God. According to Inglehart et al (2004), 30% of those in Russia do not believe in God, but only 5% self-identify as “atheist” (Froese, 2004). According to Greeley (2003), 48% of Russians do not believe in God, although only 19% self-identify as “atheist.”

Froese (2004) reports that 5% of those in the Ukraine are self-described atheists. According to Inglehart et al (2004), 20% of those in the Ukraine do not believe in God. According to Yelensky (2002), 44% of Ukrainians claim “none” in terms of religious identification.

According to Inglehart et al (2004), 17% of those in Belarus do not believe in God, far fewer than in 1990, when 57% claimed to not believe in God.

Froese (2004) found that 6% of those in Latvia are self-described atheists, but according to Inglehart et al (2004), 20% of those in Latvia do not believe in God, far fewer than in 1990, when 42% did not believe in God. According to Greeley (2003), 29% of those in Latvia do not believe in God, but only 9% self-identify as “atheist.”

According to Inglehart et al (2004), 13% of those in Lithuania do not believe in God, although only 1% describe themselves as atheists (Froese, 2004).

Inglehart et al (2004) found that 49% of those in Estonia do not believe in God, although only 11% are self-described atheists (Froese, 2004).

According to Inglehart et al (2004), 14% of those in Armenia do not believe in God, although only 7% are self-described atheists (Froese, 2004). According to a 1999 Gallup International Poll, over 11% of Armenians chose “none” as their religion.

According to Froese (2004), less than 1% of those in Azerbaijan and 4% of those in Georgia are atheist.

According to Froese (2004), 12% of those in Kazakhstan are atheist. According to Barrett (2001), 29% of those in Kazakhstan are nonreligious, with 11% claiming to be atheist. According to the 1999 Gallup International Poll, almost 19% of Kazakhs chose “none” as their religion.

According to Froese (2004), 7% of those in Kyrgyzstan, 6% of those on Moldova, 4% of those in Uzbekistan, 2% of those in Tajikstan, and 2% of those in Turkmenistan, are atheist.

According to Barret et al (2001), 3.5% of Uzbeks are atheist. According to Johnstone (1993), 28% of those in Kyrgystan, 27% of those in Moldova, 26% of Uzbeks, 18% of those in Turkmenistan, and 13% of Tajikstan, are nonreligious.

"Atheism: Contemporary Rates and Patterns" Phil Zuckerman


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