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Retrieved 14 October Associated Press. Indonesia's population: ethnicity and religion in a changing political landscape. Indonesia's population. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.
New York: United Nations. However, due to inaccessibility of the data source for verification and data collection proximity to census year , referenced data is not included in this article's table. The statistical data on religion show that Islam has the highest percentage of adherents with about The second biggest religion in Indonesia is Protestant 5. The rest are Hindu 2. Jakarta: Badan Pusat Statistik, Jakarta, Indonesia: Biro Pusat Statistik.
Max M. Richter, Ivana Prazic. Archived from the original PDF on 25 April A history of modern Indonesia since c. The census recorded This was a steady percentage, having been Christians Catholics and Protestants totalled So Christianity was still growing. In the large cities of Central Java in particular, Christians constituted nearly 20 per cent of the population. The rising tide of religiosity was also reflected in the much smaller communities of Hindus 3.
Demographic Yearbook Spreadsheet. The World Factbook. Washington, D. Central Intelligence Agency. People and Society. Retrieved 8 November Hence Confucianism appears in the census data, but not in or In , Indonesia decided to separately categorize Confucianism only during the enumeration process, but did not actually list this option on the printed form. This is not listed as a separate category in the U. Utomo, Ariane J. March Terence H. The Australian National University: 7. The decision to have a separate category for Confucianism Kong Hu Cu occurred during the enumeration process itself, hence it was not printed in the actual form of the L1.
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