Europe is a hugely diverse place in terms of culture, language and especially religion. The European Social Survey
2014-2016 found that across the continent, there is a huge difference in the share of young people identifying as having no religion
. The research found that the youth in Poland are still quite religious with only 17 percent of respondents aged 16-29 not associating themselves with any religion.
The situation is much different in the United Kingdom and the Netherlands
where 7 out of 10 young adults identify as having no religion. The highest share on non-religious youth was recorded in the Czech Republic where the share stood at 91 percent. Estonia came second with 80 percent while Sweden was third with 75 percent.