Counting Religion in Britain, January 2020

The January 2020 edition of Counting Religion in Britain is a special edition presenting an introduction and tables to the five core religion questions included in the British Household Panel Survey (1991-2009) and Understanding Society: United Kingdom Household Longitudinal Study (from 2009). These are two of the largest and most important longitudinal panel studies in the UK.

Included in Counting Religion in Britain are cross-sectional tables showing results for England, Wales, Scotland, and Great Britain; and longitudinal (constant panel) tables for Great Britain. They can be viewed at the following link:

No 52 January 2020

In addition, an Excel version of the cross-sectional data is also available, showing breaks by age and gender, in the figures section of the BRIN website at:


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