This is an article about data from last year's Australian census. The good news that Christianity has dropped from around 90% in 1966 to just over 50% now, while no religion has jumped to 30%. The bad news is that Hinduism, Islam and Buddhism have made big gains, though they're all still around 2%, which is not much more than "Other" at 1.7%. "Other" probably includes Jedis and Pastafarians, etc.
I wonder how far the Christian population has to fall before politicians stop claiming that a country is Christian.
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