What is The National Religion of France?
Now The population of France is roughly 50% Roman Catholic, 4–5% Muslim, around 3% Protestant, 1% Jewish, 1% Buddhist, 1% other denominations, and 40% not religious.
In 2002, about 83% to 88% of the population were nominally Roman Catholic, but church officials claim that very few are practicing members of the church.
Bt Church and state have been legally separate since 1905. About 2% were Protestant, mostly Calvinist or Lutheran. Muslims (mostly North African workers) make up about 7% to 8%. Jews and Baha are each made up about 1%. About 4% subscribed to no religion at all.