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Eastern Orthodox Christians as percent of the total population, 2013:

The average for 2013 based on 33 countries was 34.4 percent. The highest value was in Greece: 98 percent and the lowest value was in Hungary: 0 percent. The indicator is available from 1960 to 2013. Below is a chart for all countries where data are available.

Measure: percent; Source: The Cline Center for Democracy
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Countries Percent Eastern Orthodox, 2013 Global rank Available data
Greece 98 1 1960 - 2013
Moldova 98 2 1991 - 2013
Armenia 95 3 1991 - 2013
Serbia 88 4 1992 - 2013
Georgia 87 5 1991 - 2013
Romania 86 6 1960 - 2013
Bulgaria 85 7 1960 - 2013
Ukraine 85 8 1991 - 2013
Belarus 83 9 1991 - 2013
Cyprus 78 10 1960 - 2013
North Macedonia 69 11 1991 - 2013
Russia 57 12 1991 - 2013
Bosnia & Herz. 28 13 1992 - 2013
Albania 17 14 1960 - 2013
Latvia 14 15 1991 - 2013
Kyrgyzstan 11 16 1991 - 2013
Estonia 10 17 1991 - 2013
Kazakhstan 9 18 1991 - 2013
Azerbaijan 5 19 1991 - 2013
Czechia 5 20 1992 - 2013
Lithuania 5 21 1991 - 2013
Australia 4 22 1960 - 2013
Croatia 3 23 1991 - 2013
Poland 3 24 1960 - 2013
Turkmenistan 3 25 1991 - 2013
Canada 2 26 1960 - 2013
Uzbekistan 2 27 1991 - 2013
Finland 1 28 1960 - 2013
Slovakia 1 29 1993 - 2013
UK 1 30 1960 - 2013
USA 1 31 1960 - 2013
Hungary 0 32 1960 - 2013
India 0 33 1960 - 2013



Definition: Eastern Orthodox Christians as percent of the total population.

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