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Most of the article is stricly from West European point of view. It completely ignores situation of religion in politics and society in countries like Poland.--Molobo 17:51, 4 November 2007 (UTC)
This article is about the EU as a whole, not about individual countries. —Angr 18:17, 4 November 2007 (UTC)
EU is made out of individual countries and this article presents a view that shows it as a single unified region in regards to religion and its role in society and politics.--Molobo 18:28, 4 November 2007 (UTC)
This article is based on a short section from the European Union page which has been expanded with figures to hand. Feel free to expand upon it by giving a counter weight to examples from Western European by giving examples from Eastern Europe - though do note this is meant to have a union-wide perspective rather than just list each countries situation. I look forward to any contributions you bring, but please remember to cite considering the subject at hand. - J Logant: 15:29, 5 November 2007 (UTC)
Interesting article at EU Observer here on Barroso inaugurating a "European synagogue", not sure how we would fit it in here though. Anyone seen anything similar we can put it with?- J Logant: 11:00, 4 June 2008 (UTC)
May I remind Esimal that this is a serious educational tool, not a blog or reenactor community. Please provide a single source in regards to "Paganism" being regarded as a religion within the European Union. Otherwise you'd perhaps be best stuck to blogging. - Gennarous (talk) 20:19, 18 June 2008 (UTC)
Since these figures keep getting altered /here and at European Union without citing sources, here are the figures for the individual countries (as available 2009). The total for 2009 is about 13 million. These figures are taken from
I modified the pie chart and checked back to the source for names. I used different shades of blue to purple for the various forms of Christianity (Catholic, Orthodox, Protestant, Other Christian) and different shades of red to differentiate atheists from agnostics/non-believers (the survey differentiated). I did lump together other religion and not specified since the total after lumping was small, 3%. --Erp (talk) 03:20, 14 October 2014 (UTC)