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In the 2016 census 30.1% of Australians selected "no religion."
According to a 2009 Nielsen survey 84% of Australians agreed that religion and politics should be separate.
Australia's church attendance rates are among the lowest in the world and in decline.
Among Australians who identify themselves as religious the majority consider religion the least important aspect of their lives when compared with family, partners, work and career, leisure time.
A 2006 study by Monash University found that 52 per cent of Australians born between 1976 and 1990 had no belief in a god.
Non-believers have grown by 10 per cent in the past decade, with Christians falling by about the same proportion.
A 2008 global Gallup poll found nearly 70% of Australians stated religion as having no importance.
Secular marriages in Australia accounted for 79.7% of marriages in 2018.
A 2008 survey of 17 countries reported that youth from Australia and the United Kingdom were the least likely to observe religious practice or see any "spiritual dimension" to life.
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