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Top 10 Most Protestant European Countries

Name the countries in Europe with the greatest percentage of residents who are Protestant Christians.
  • According to the CIA World Factbook with Wikipedia as a secondary source
  • Methodology varies by country and should be considered a crude estimate
  • Quiz by Quizmaster - Nov 02, 2017
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level 60
Nov 1, 2017
Wooo, guessed Latvia with 3 seconds left for 10/10. Who knew?
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level 61
Nov 1, 2017
Wooo, guessed Latvia with 5 seconds left for 10/10...
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level 58
Nov 1, 2017
Would be interested to see a most atheist european countries quiz.
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level 60
Nov 7, 2017
Indeed. High numbers for the Netherlands, Germany and Czechia, I suspect.
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level 46
Nov 7, 2017
Czechia didn't even make the list.
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level 36
Nov 18, 2017
I'd think UK would be pretty high
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level 60
Nov 7, 2017
Just made and submitted one. :)
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level 71
Nov 1, 2017
Germany with 3 seconds left
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level 47
Nov 7, 2017
Kind of strange. The guy on the picture actually is German and Protestantism was "founded" in Germany. I guess, you're not that much in religion, are you? ;-)
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level 44
Nov 7, 2017
It's because part of Germany is Roman Catholic. It's historically, there were many smaller kingdoms and duchies in Germany a some of them were catholic (Bavaria...) and some of them were protestant (Prussia...)
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level 57
Nov 1, 2017
I guess the 27% should be listed above the 25%?!
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level 40
Nov 2, 2017
picky, picky, picky! Great Quiz
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level 37
Nov 2, 2017
Got 8/10. Very surprised to see Latvia, that region is mostly Catholic or Orthodox.
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level 66
Nov 2, 2017
What, no Vatican?
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level 60
Nov 7, 2017
Protestant NOT Catholic
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level 60
Nov 7, 2017
Great quiz, but why not make it for the whole world? Difficult to obtain reliable data?
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level 55
Nov 7, 2017
I would say that the data here is not very reliable anyway. At least the fraction of Scandinavian people, who actually know they are protestants are way lower than the percentage given here
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level 65
Nov 8, 2017
I can't speak for the rest of Scandinavia, but in Iceland you are a member of the Church of Iceland (Íslands Þjóðkirkjan) by default unless you register differently with the government, and a portion of your income tax called sóknargjald goes to the church you are registered. It used to be that if the sóknargjöld of people who had given up their membership in the national church and not taken any other membership went to the University of Iceland. The last I checked, sóknargjald was about 850 kr. per month (about 7€, $8 US, £6.20). Given that a half-litre of mass-production beer in a bar in Reykjavík costs about 1200 kr., it is not that much money.
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level 71
Nov 7, 2017
There was a quiz featured 2 days ago that included that as part of it.
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level 48
Nov 7, 2017
I know 2 Swiss. One is Catholic, the other is super Catholic
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level 46
Nov 7, 2017
Latvia with 23s left :)
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level 16
Nov 8, 2017
Czechia isn't on there? I would think it's on the high percent of protestant countries.
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level 16
Nov 8, 2017
100% with 37 seconds left, yay!!! :))))))
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level 63
Nov 8, 2017
Seems strange that Australia and New Zealand aren't on here. On Wikipedia, in Australia Anglican + "Other Christian" = ~29% while in New Zealand, those + Presbyterian = ~35%. Catholicism is a separate category. I accept that "other Christian" may include Orthodox or other non-Protestant non-Catholic denominations but I'm sure it'd still be high enough to qualify for this list. According to the CIA World Factbook, Protestant in Australia is 23.1%, while in New Zealand Christian - Catholic is ~33%, and even minus all "Other Christian" as well is still ~23%.
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level 39
Nov 8, 2017
It's a quiz on Europe, that's why.
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