Denmark is the most popular religion in Denmark with more than 1,500 million adherents, according to the 2017 census.
According to data from the Danish Statistics Office, the country has one of the highest rates of religion among industrialized nations, with a nearly two-to-one ratio of adherents to the population.
The survey also revealed that religion was the most commonly mentioned topic on the news in the country, with an average of 9.7 percent of respondents mentioning religion in their news reports.
Denmark is one of only a handful of countries in Europe to rank among the top five most popular religions in the world, with 1,826 million people identifying as members of these religions, according the Pew Research Center.
The following chart shows the number of people identifying with each religion in the U.S. and the United Kingdom.
(The data comes from the Pew Global Attitudes Project.)
According to Pew, the largest Christian denominations, the Episcopal Church (U.S.), the United Methodist Church (Canada), the Presbyterian Church (USA) and the Lutheran Church (Nordics) are followed by about 100 other denominations.
The largest Muslim denominations are the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and the Islamic Society of North America in the United States.
The Pew report notes that while the United Church of Christ (UCC) ranks as the most Christian denomination, there are many other Christian denominations in the region, including many that have more adherents than the UCC.
The Pew report also notes that the Christian Orthodox Church (Lutheran Church) and other Christian sects in Europe and North America also rank high in terms of popularity.
As for religion in other nations, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Saudi Arabia (UAR) and Indonesia (Indonesia) are the most populous countries in the Middle East and North Africa.
According the Pew report, the Middle Eastern and North African region includes countries like Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, the Palestinian Territories, Sudan, Egypt, Turkey and Jordan.
The United States and Canada are the only nations in the Western Hemisphere with populations larger than the United Nations’ Population Division.
According for the United Nation’s World Population Prospects, the world’s population is expected to increase from 5.5 billion to 6.3 billion in 2050, with the United states and Canada expected to be the largest groups in the global population by 2050.