Population census: More people have no religion

The increase took place across all age groups and most types of educational qualifications. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - A growing proportion of Singaporeans have no religion. Last year, they made up one-fifth of residents aged 15 and above - an increase from 17 per cent in 2010, and 15 per cent in 2000.

The increase took place across all age groups and most types of educational qualifications. But it was more prevalent among higher-educated, younger, and Chinese residents.

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