A recent survey found that the majority of British and EU nationals want to preserve Europe’s Christian roots.
The research, conducted by Századvég Foundation, a conservative think tank based in Hungary, showed that 56% of Europeans from EU member states and the United Kingdom believes in safeguarding Europe’s Christian culture and traditions. According to the data from the 2022 Project Europe opinion poll, the largest proportion (65%) of Europeans who want to preserve Christian foundations came from former socialist countries while 54% from Western Europe expressed the same view.
Christian identity is still an important marker in Western Europe, even among those who rarely attend church. —Dr. Zoltán Kovács, Hungarian politician
It is interesting to note that more European adults prefer to retain their Christian heritage despite the growing secularization in many countries and progressive remarks of some church leaders. A 2018 survey by the Pew Research Center found that Christian identity remains an important distinction for adults in Western Europe, even those who rarely go to church.
“Christian identity is still an important marker in Western Europe, even among those who rarely attend church,” said