The all-Russian opinion poll was conducted from April 8-10, 2022 among 1500 respondents aged 18 and older in 104 towns and settlements (in 53 regions) of the Russian Federation. . .
Almost two-thirds of Russians (63%) consider themselves Orthodox Christians; with citizens aged over 60, the proportion is 70%; among young people, aged 18-30, every second person (51%) considers himself Orthodox. These are the results of the survey conducted by the Public Opinion Foundation and published on the website of the sociological center. The survey results show that 8% of Russians are Muslims, whereas in a group aged 31 to 45 every tenth (10%) of respondents describes himself as a Muslim.
According to POF, the share of Catholics, Protestants and Greek Catholics combined is 2%, with an equal percent of respondents practicing other religions.
According to the survey, almost every fourth respondent (23%) considers himself an atheist; the figure is bigger in a group of young people aged 18-30: every third respondent (34%) says he does not believe in God.
The all-Russian opinion poll was conducted from April 8-10, 2022 among 1500 respondents aged 18 and older in 104 towns and settlements (in 53 regions) of the Russian Federation.
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