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Christianity will remain the world’s largest religion in 2050, but only slightly, with 31.4% identifying as Christian and 29.7% as Muslim. Muslims are projected to be the fastest-growing religious group, reaching almost 30% of the world’s population. The majority of the world’s Christians will live in sub-Saharan Africa, while Europe’s Christian population will decrease to 16%. The US will also see a decline in Christianity, while India will have the most Muslims.

Christianity will still be the world’s largest religion in 2050, but not by much. A 2015 study by the Pew Research Center, using data on fertility, age and life expectancy, predicted that 31.4% of world citizens will identify as Christian by mid-century, compared to 29.7% who identify as Muslim . By then, Muslims are projected to become the fastest-growing major religious group, rising from 23 percent of the world’s population in 2010 to nearly 30 percent. The research also showed that by 4050% of the world’s Christians are expected to live in sub-Saharan Africa, which will represent an increase of almost 15%.

Prediction of faith around the world:

The percentage of the world’s Christians living in Europe is expected to decrease to about 16% by mid-century, from 26% in 2010. In 1910, 66% of the world’s Christians lived in Europe.
Christianity is also projected to decline in America, from three-quarters of the population who identify as Christian in 2010, to about two-thirds of Americans by 2050.
By 2050, the country with the most Muslims is expected to be India, although Hindus will still make up a solid majority. Currently, Indonesia is home to the largest Muslim population in the world.

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