New study about Swedish religious life now published
A new study within the humanities is now published on our website. It is another study from the Lund University Church History Archive but the study was originally conducted by a researcher at the Church of Sweden Research Unit in Uppsala.
The study is called The Sweden Count 2000 and maps the number of visits to a large number of Swedish religious groups during a weekend in September 1999.
The data file is based on a survey sent to approximately 6500 congregations and other religious groups which contained questions about the number of visits to the weekend's events as well as which type of event it was and whether it was ecumenical or not.
Photo: Stefan Ekman