Religion and belief
Content last reviewed: 7 April 2016
The 2011 Census included a voluntary question on religion and belief. The majority of the population in Central Bedfordshire (62.2%) were Christians.
The main change since 2001 has been a decrease in the number of people identifying themselves as Christian, and a corresponding increase in the number of people stating they have No religion. There have been increases in some of the other religions, but these remain small as a proportion of the overall population.
|Religon not stated||17,285||6.8||6.8|
Numbers are rounded to the nearest five.
(Source: Office for National Statistics, 2011 Census, Table KS209EW, Religion)
Last updated Friday, 22nd April 2016