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Slavic Orthodox is an umbrella term for the Eastern Orthodox Churches (Byzantine Rite) that use Church Slavonic in their liturgies, as well as for the Slavic nations that are predominantly Eastern Orthodox (Orthodox Slavs).
|Bulgarian Orthodox Church||870||8–10 million|
|Serbian Orthodox Church||1219||8–12 million|
|Russian Orthodox Church||1589||150 million|
|Polish Orthodox Church||1924||600,000|
|Czech and Slovak Orthodox Church||1998||100,000|
|States with Orthodox majority or plurality|
|Serbia||84.59% (2011 census)|
|Ukraine||72% (2008 est.)|
|Montenegro||70.07% (2011 census)|
|Macedonia||64.78% (2002 census)|
|Bulgaria||59.4% (2011 census)|
|Belarus||48.3% (2011 census)|
|Russia||41% (2012 census)|
- "Population by Religion, by Towns/Municipalities, 2011 Census". Census of Population, Households and Dwellings 2011. Zagreb: Croatian Bureau of Statistics. December 2012.
- "Table 14 Population by religion" (PDF). Statistical Office of the SR. 2011. Retrieved Jun 8, 2012.
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