Protestantism in Poland

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Religion in Poland (Eurobarometer 2012)[1]

  Catholic (91%)
  Orthodox (1%)
  Other Religion/Protestant (2%)
  Atheist (2%)
  Non believer/Agnostic (3%)
  Not stated (1%)


Protestantism in Poland is the third largest faith in Poland, after the Roman Catholic Church in Poland (33,382,861) and Eastern Orthodox (504,150).[2] As of 2011 there were approximately 80 registered Protestant denominations in Poland.[3] All of the Protestant faithful in Poland totalled about 145,600 as of 2011.[3] Most Protestants live in Cieszyn Silesia and Warmia-Masuria.

Major Protestant deonominations as of 2013:[2]

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  1. ^ Discrimination in the European Union in 2012 - T98 and T99.
  2. ^ a b "NIEKTÓRE WYZNANIA RELIGIJNE W POLSCE W 2012 R. (SELECTED RELIGIOUS DENOMINATIONS IN POLAND IN 2012)". MAŁY ROCZNIK STATYSTYCZNY POLSKI 2013 (CONCISE STATISTICAL YEARBOOK OF POLAND 2013) (in Polish, English). GŁÓWNY URZĄD STATYSTYCZNY. 2013. p. 138. ISSN 1640-3630. 
  3. ^ a b Główny Urząd Statystyczny (2013-03-28). "Wyznania religijne stowarzyszenia narodowościowe i etniczne w Polsce 2009–2011". p. 14. Retrieved 2013-04-19.  (Polish)/(English)