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Least Christian Countries with Exceptions

Name the countries of the world that are less than 10% Christian, but that aren't a majority Islamic country.
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Last updated: April 8, 2022
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First submittedJune 9, 2015
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Average score78.6%
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Country
0.9
Nepal
1.0
Bhutan
1.0
Cambodia
1.2
Thailand
1.3
Mongolia
%
Country
1.7
North Korea
2.2
Laos
2.5–3.5
China
2.3
India
2.3
Japan
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Country
3.5
Israel
6.2
Myanmar
7.4
Sri Lanka
8.2
Vietnam
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Level 69
Aug 7, 2019
The wikipedia source missed Taiwan - 3.9% Christians. ;-)
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Level 79
Aug 13, 2019
Possibly someone disagreeing with Taiwan being an independent country?
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Level 72
Oct 10, 2020
Taiwan is sovereign nation according to Jetpunk
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Level 57
Jun 24, 2022
I don't think you understand sillie's comment. He's saying someone from the source prolly disagrees
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Level 50
Jul 6, 2022
Hello, I am the Chinese bot, Taiwan is not a country and will always be recognized as a province by the People's republic of China.
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Level 74
Aug 8, 2019
If I hadn't spent all that time guessing all the island nations in Oceania, I probably could have gotten the last two...
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Level 59
Aug 14, 2019
That's how I missed my last one.
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Level 67
Aug 15, 2019
Asia it is
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Level 84
Oct 3, 2019
I thought one of those tiny Pacific island countries was majority Hindu. Maybe they are but still have more than 10% Christians... pretty easy, though. Just guess Hindu, Buddhist, Daoist countries, plus the one Jewish country and the one where they have a state religion and a dead man is head of state.
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Level 69
Oct 3, 2019
Fiji has a lot of Hindus, just not a majority. Maybe you're thinking about the island of Bali though?
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Level 64
Oct 4, 2019
But, Bali is in Indonesia
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Level 50
Oct 3, 2019
Damn Israel!
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Level 69
Oct 3, 2019
Would have never guessed Israel (even though it should be obvious...)
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Level 76
Oct 3, 2019
It's not that obvious to me. After all, it's a holy land also for Christians, and they've been living there for many centuries, as well as in all its neighboring countries, being more than 10% of the population.
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Level 43
Mar 7, 2022
christians are an ultra minority in Israel , most of them fled the country due to either the rise of Hesbola and Hammas who are extremist and/or the rise of violent jewish colonists and settlers in Cisjordania
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Level 35
Jul 6, 2022
hezbollah are in lebanon tho and lebanon is like 40% christian
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Level 66
Oct 3, 2019
We love you too 😁
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Level 84
Oct 3, 2019
You could take out Israel and rename this non-Abrahamic-religion countries
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Level 66
Oct 3, 2019
I was looking at the last couple I needed to get, I started wondering about small countries that might fit, and the FIRST THING my brain goes to? The Vatican. Boy, I disappoint myself sometimes.
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Level 66
Oct 3, 2019
Don't worry, you're not the only one with crooked 'reasoning'. :P
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Level 56
Aug 22, 2020
I felt ashamed WHILE I was typing it too. My brain sure does disappoint me a lot.
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Level 71
Jul 6, 2022
If it's any consolation, the Vatican is probably one of the countries with the lowest absolute number of Christians.
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Level 54
Oct 3, 2019
Quite a bit of Asia there :P
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Level 46
Jul 18, 2020
most of those countries predominant faith is buddhism so i'm not suprised. than you have north korea and china (also don't suprise me. India (mainly hindu, sikh and muslim).
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Level 35
Oct 3, 2019
Only missed Mongolia
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Level 61
Oct 3, 2019
I didn't guess Mongolia because when I was there I learned that Christmas is a wildly popular holiday. I figured they must be more than 3% Christian.
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Level 32
Oct 4, 2019
In Wikipedia, any user can alter the information on the page.

Please do not use Wikipedia as source

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Level 44
Oct 4, 2019
Yep. Ignore the fact that Wikipedia is one of the most informative and useful resources on the internet
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Level 84
Oct 4, 2019
There are a lot of people posting disinformation on Wikipedia. There are also thousands of dedicated fact-checkers reviewing every page.
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Level 52
Nov 26, 2020
Yeah, yet another user who forgets that Wikipedia has some of the speediest and most accurate users. Wikipedia is a perfectly fine source. In fact, lots of sources are less reliable than Wikipedia.
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Level 58
Dec 12, 2019
Almost forgot North Korea exists in this category (oOf)
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Level 81
Dec 25, 2019
so basically, any country that's majority Buddhist, Hindu, Jewish or Kim-ist ...
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Level 78
Apr 8, 2020
I'm guessing we call this Quiz: Asia
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Level 57
Dec 22, 2020
Yeah, missed Israel..
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Level 83
Apr 21, 2021
I must say, the idea of a country without many Christians or Muslims sure is appealing. That said, I might pass on North Korea. Japan would be my pick of these, though it must be said its method for preventing Christianity from gaining a foothold wasn't exactly ethical.
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Level 57
Nov 2, 2021
But then again, Christianity's way of gaining a foothold in many countries wasn't very ethical either. Though from what I understand in Japan the Christian missionaries were rather peaceful and the Japanese government of the time was definitely wrong in the way they suppressed them.
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Level 55
Aug 16, 2022
The Christian missionaries in Japan, who were mainly Portuguese, often kidnapped Japanese children from the port of Nagasaki. This was the major event that led Hideyoshi Toyotomi to issue the "Bateren Edict", displacing the missionaries from the country.
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Level 67
May 29, 2021
Israel has done an excellent job of getting rid of Christians in the Holy Land.
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Level 59
Oct 5, 2021
Letter H Scavenger Hunt Answer (See my blog)
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Level 31
Dec 1, 2021
Japan? I knew they weren't majority Christian in the slightest but I had thought they were over that percantage.
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Level 72
Jul 6, 2022
Japan has pretty low religiosity in general, and anyone who does subscribe to a religion will probably be Shinto, Buddhist, or a mix. Extremely homogeneous country.
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Level 39
Dec 14, 2021
Got South Korea, but missed North Korea!
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Level 74
Apr 18, 2022
I missed Israel. 🤦‍♀️ Should have been the most obvious!
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Level 61
Jul 6, 2022
Should it? The muslim majority countries that surround Israel have a higher percentage of Christians. I would have thought Israel would be about 10% Christians.
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Level 58
Jul 6, 2022
It should. At least as a guess.
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Level 60
Jun 24, 2022
Lol literally every asian country except for the islamic and christian ones
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Level 53
Jul 6, 2022
yeah thats the quiz
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Level 74
Jul 6, 2022
Only fourteen countries. But about 40% of all people live in those countries.
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Level 45
Jul 6, 2022
I got Thailand, Laos and Cambodia, but missed Vietnam...
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Level 54
Jul 6, 2022
Vatican?
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Level 53
Jul 6, 2022
Vatican is like 100% Catholic
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Level 73
Jul 6, 2022
I’m fairly certain it was a joke…
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Level 34
Jul 6, 2022
I didn't guess it, after I realised that most of the countries are in S.E. asia, but Israel makes a lot of sense that it is not majority muslim, and has got v. little christians.
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Level 24
Jul 6, 2022
Got all of em. Didn't think of Israel tbh
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Level 46
Jul 6, 2022
practically a "name southeast Asian countries" quiz. Almost
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Level 83
Jul 7, 2022
I wouldn't exactly say that... SE Asia only gives you 5 of the 14 answers. Plus you can narrow it down further than SE Asia to Indochina, since all the SE Asian countries on here are in Indochina, and the only Indochina country not on here is Malaysia. Then NE Asia gives you another 4. South Asia also provides 4. Then just Israel.
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Level 53
Jul 6, 2022
I got all except Israel rip
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Level 58
Jul 6, 2022
Its amazing how so many people forgot about Israel even though we all agree it should be an obvious guess. (I missed it too)
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Level 62
Nov 5, 2022
Basically, just all of the traditionally Buddhist-majority countries minus South Korea plus Israel.