Over the past 50 years, Switzerland's religious landscape has seen a fair amount of change: although the proportion of Roman Catholics has remained relatively stable, that of Reformed Protestants has declined severely, in favour of persons with no religious affiliation.

Between 2010 and 2022, the proportion of Roman Catholics and Reformed Protestants fell slightly (by 7 percentage points each), in contrast to that of Muslims and other Islamic communities (+1 point). The proportion of Jewish communities has hardly changed whereas that of persons without religious affiliation has risen by 13 percentage points.

Statistical sources and concepts


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