USA United States Muslim Population Percentage By City Demographics Religion

USA United States Muslim Population Percentage By City Demographics

Islam is the third largest religion in the United States after Christianity and Judaism.
According to a 2010 study, Muslim Population is – 0.9% of the total US population, compared with 70.6% who follow Christianity, 22.8% unaffiliated, 1.9% Judaism, 0.7% Buddhism, and 0.7% Hinduism. According to a newer estimate done in 2016, there were 3.3 million Muslims living in the United States, about 1% of the total U.S. population

Religion Percentage
Christianity 70.6%
Unaffiliated 22.8%
Judaism 1.9%
Islam 0.9%
Hinduism 0.7%
Buddhism 0.7%


Native-born American Muslims are mainly African Americans who make up about a quarter of the total Muslim population. Many of these have converted to Islam during the last seventy years. Conversion to Islam in large urban areas has also contributed to its growth over the years.


From the 1880s to 1914, several thousand Muslims immigrated to the United States from the former territories of the Ottoman Empire and the former Mughal Empire. The Muslim population of the U.S. increased dramatically in the 20th century, with much of the growth driven by a comparatively high birth rate and immigrant communities of mainly Arab and South Asian descent. About 72% of American Muslims are immigrants or "second generation".

 


USA United States Muslim Population By States Demographics Religion

State

 

 

 

 

Percentage
 Illinois 2.80%
 Virginia 2.70%
 New York 2.00%
 New Jersey 1.80%
 Texas 1.70%
 Michigan 1.20%
 Florida 0.90%
 Delaware 0.80%
 California 0.70%
 Pennsylvania 0.60%

 


US Muslim Population by Cities

New York City had the largest number of Muslims with 69,985. In 2000, Dearborn, Michigan ranked second with 29,181, and Los Angeles ranked third with 25,673; although Paterson, New Jersey, in the New York City Metropolitan Area, was estimated to have become home to 25,000 to 30,000 Muslims as of 2011. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania was estimated to have 30,000 to 50,000 Muslims as of 2012. Paterson, New Jersey has been nicknamed Little Ramallah and contains a neighborhood with the same name, with an Arab American population estimated as high as 20,000 in 2015.

The number of mosques in the United States in 2011 was 2,106. The six states with the greatest number of mosques were: New York 257, California 246, Texas 166, Florida 118, Illinois 109, New Jersey 109

In the 2000 Presidential election, nearly 80 percent of Muslim Americans supported Republican candidate George W. Bush over Democratic candidate Al Gore. However, due to the invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq which took place under the Bush Administration, as well as what some call an increased anti-Muslim rhetoric from the Republican Party after the September 11 attacks, support for the Republican Party among American Muslims has declined sharply.
By 2004, Bush's Muslim support had been reduced by at least half, who would vote for Democratic candidate John Kerry or a third party candidate
By 2008, Democratic candidate Barack Obama got 67% to 90% of the Muslim vote depending on region

List of all Muslim Majority Cities in US. 

New York City – 69,985 (2000)

Michigan – 29,181 (2000)

Los Angeles – 25,673 (2000)

New Jersey, – 25,000 to 30,000 (2000)

Philadelphia, – 30,000 to 50,000 Muslims (2012)

Paterson, New Jersey – 20,000 in (2015)

US Muslim Population Percentage 2017

Netherlands Muslim Population Percentage 2017 By City Demographics Religion Deutch

Netherlands Muslim Population Percentage 2017 By City Demographics Religion

Find Netherlands Muslim Population Percentage 2017. Islam is the second largest religion in the Netherlands after various forms of Christianity, practiced by 4% of the population according to 2012 estimates. The majority of Muslims in the Netherlands belong to the Sunni denomination. Most reside in the nation's four major cities, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, The Hague and Utrecht.


The early history of Islam in the Netherlands can be traced to the 16th century when Ottoman traders began settling in the nation's port cities. While religious exposure arrived via trade partnerships, improvised Mosques in Amsterdam were first constructed in the early 17th century. In the ensuing timeframe, the Netherlands experienced sporadic Muslim immigration from the Dutch East Indies during its status as a colony of the Netherlands. Starting with the dissolution of the Ottoman Empire through the independence of Indonesia, the greater Kingdom of the Netherlands contained the world's largest Muslim citizenry. However, the number of Muslims in the Kingdom's European territories was very low, accounting for less than 0.1% of the population.
The Netherlands' economic resurgence in the 1960 to 1973 timeframe motivated the Dutch government to recruit migrant labor, chiefly from Turkey and Morocco. Later waves of immigrants arrived through family reunification and asylum seeking. A notable portion of Muslim immigrants also arrived from now-independent colonies, primarily Indonesia and Suriname.


Netherlands Muslim Population By City Demographics Religion

According to Statistics Netherlands (CBS), a Dutch governmental institution, about 5% of the total Dutch population are Muslims (24 October 2007). Earlier statistics presented by the CBS showed a larger number of Muslims, but this information was solely based on ethnicity and not on religious belief

 


Netherlands Muslim Population By City Percentage 2017  

Like most non-Western immigrants, most Muslims live in the four major cities of the country, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, The Hague and Utrecht. An estimated 140,000 Muslims reside in the capital where they form around 17 per cent of the population. Half of these Muslims are predominantly Arabic and Berber-speaking communities from the Maghreb region, Egypt and the Middle East. Turks make up 25 per cent of the Muslim population in Amsterdam. There are also relatively many Turks in Enschede, Arnhem and Zaanstad.


There were 850,000 Dutch residents who professed Islam in 2006. Of this 38% were ethnic Turkish, 31% were Moroccan, 26% were other Asian/African, 4% were European (Non-Dutch) and 1% (12,000 people) were native Dutch. 40,000 of the Muslims were Pakistanis, 34,000 were Surinamese, 31,000 were Afghan and 27,000 were Iraqi. At the end of 2012 the number of Muslims is estimated to be around 4% of the total Dutch population according to the Dutch Central Bureau of Statistics.


Europe Muslim Population by Cities

According to the Pew Forum, the total number of Muslims in Europe in 2010 was about 44 million (6%). The total number of Muslims in the European Union in 2010 was about 19 million (3.8%). The French capital of Paris and its metropolitan area has the largest number (up to 1.7 million according to The Economist) of Muslims out of any city in the European Union. London also has a substantial community of Muslim origin, numbering about 1 million within the limits of Greater London and exceeding this figure when the entire metropolitan area is taken into account.

If the current rate of migration of Muslims to Europe and the Muslim fertility rate remains constant, by 2030, people of Muslim faith or origin are predicted to form about 10% of the French population and 8% of the European population.

List of all Muslim Majority Cities in Europe. 

City Member state  % Muslim (est.)
Bradford  Netherlands 32.40%
Birmingham  Netherlands 26.90%
Brussels  Netherlands 25.50%
Marseille  France 25%
Rotterdam  Netherlands 25%
Malmö  Sweden 20%
Roubaix  France 20%
Leicester  Netherlands 18.60%
Antwerp  Netherlands 16.90%
Manchester  Netherlands 15.80%
Paris  France 15%
The Hague  Netherlands 14.20%
Amsterdam  Netherlands 14%
Offenbach  Netherlands 14%
Utrecht  Netherlands 13.20%
Vienna  Austria 12.50%
London  Netherlands 12.40%
Cologne  Netherlands 12%
Frankfurt  Netherlands 11.80%
Copenhagen  Denmark 10%
Berlin  Netherlands 9.00%
Barcelona  Spain 6.50%
Milan  Italy 6%
Dublin  Ireland 2.11%

Muslim Population in Europe

Belgium Muslim Population Percentage 2017 By City Demographics Religion Belgian

Belgium Muslim Population By City Demographics Religion Percentage Belgian 2017

Find Belgium Muslim Population Percentage 2017. Islam is the second largest religion in Belgium, accounting for 5 to 7% of the total population (If all immigrants with Islamic backgrounds are included, Muslims' share of the population rises to 8.1% as of 2011). Muslims are concentrated in certain regions of the country, constituting 23.6% of the population in Brussels, but just 4.0% in Wallonia and 3.9% in Flanders. 98% of the Belgian Muslims belong to the Sunni denomination, the rest are Shia, Alevi), and Ahmadiyya


Belgium Muslim Population By City Demographics Religion

A 2011 estimation by Belgian academic Jan Hertogen shows that more than 900,000 people have a foreign background from Islamic countries.
A 2008 estimation shows that 6% of the Belgian population, about 628,751, is Muslim, either Sunni, Shia, Alevi, and a small population of Ahmadi. Muslims cover 25.5% of the population of Brussels, 4.0% of Wallonia and 3.9% of Flanders. The majority of Belgian Muslims live in the major cities, such as Antwerp, Brussels and Charleroi.
According to estimates released in 2007 by sociologist Jan Hertogen, the largest group of immigrants in Belgium, numbering 264,974, are Moroccans. The Turks are the third-largest group, and the second-largest Muslim ethnic group, numbering 159,336. These estimates are criticized by the General Direction of Statistics and Economical Information (former National Institute for Statistics) because he simply added the global number of naturalized people without taking into account those who died or remigrated afterwards.

Other nationalities represented are mostly Arabs, Pakistanis and West Africans. No accurate numbers can be given as religious or ethnic censuses are forbidden in Belgium, and most people with roots in Islamic countries (including Christian Assyrian refugees from Turkey) took the Belgian nationality, their children born in Belgium are more and more born as Belgian citizens and thence do not appear in any statistics.
Moroccan and Turkish immigrants began coming in large numbers to Belgium starting in the 1960s as guest workers. Though the guest-worker program was abolished in 1974, many immigrants stayed and brought their families using family reunification laws. Today the Muslim community continues to grow through marriage migration. More than 60% of Moroccan and Turkish youth marry partners from their home countries.
Since 2009, Mohamed is the most popular given name in Brussels and Antwerp, Belgium's two largest cities

 


Belgian Muslim Population By City Percentage 2017  

 

According to a 2005 Université Libre de Bruxelles study, about 10% of the Muslim population are "practicing Muslims. There are an estimated 328–380 mosques in the country.On the morning of Tuesday, 22 March 2016, three coordinated nail bombings occurred in Belgium: two at Brussels Airport in Zaventem, and one at Maalbeek metro station in Brussels. In these attacks, 35 victims and three suicide bombers were killed, and 316 people were injured. Another bomb was found during a search of the airport. Two suspects are on the run. The organization Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) claimed responsibility for the attacks. The bombings were the deadliest act of terrorism in Belgium's history. The Belgian government declared three days of national mourning


Europe Muslim Population by Cities

According to the Pew Forum, the total number of Muslims in Europe in 2010 was about 44 million (6%). The total number of Muslims in the European Union in 2010 was about 19 million (3.8%). The French capital of Paris and its metropolitan area has the largest number (up to 1.7 million according to The Economist) of Muslims out of any city in the European Union. London also has a substantial community of Muslim origin, numbering about 1 million within the limits of Greater London and exceeding this figure when the entire metropolitan area is taken into account.

If the current rate of migration of Muslims to Europe and the Muslim fertility rate remains constant, by 2030, people of Muslim faith or origin are predicted to form about 10% of the French population and 8% of the European population.

List of all Muslim Majority Cities in Europe. 

City Member state  % Muslim (est.)
Bradford  Belgium 32.40%
Birmingham  Belgium 26.90%
Brussels  Belgium 25.50%
Marseille  France 25%
Rotterdam  Netherlands 25%
Malmö  Sweden 20%
Roubaix  France 20%
Leicester  Belgium 18.60%
Antwerp  Belgium 16.90%
Manchester  Belgium 15.80%
Paris  France 15%
The Hague  Netherlands 14.20%
Amsterdam  Netherlands 14%
Offenbach  Belgium 14%
Utrecht  Netherlands 13.20%
Vienna  Austria 12.50%
London  Belgium 12.40%
Cologne  Belgium 12%
Frankfurt  Belgium 11.80%
Copenhagen  Denmark 10%
Berlin  Belgium 9.00%
Barcelona  Spain 6.50%
Milan  Italy 6%
Dublin  Ireland 2.11%

Muslim Population in Europe

Germany Muslim Population Percentage 2017 By City Demographics Religion German

Germany Muslim Population By City Demographics Religion Percentage German 2017 Germany Muslim Population Percentage

Find Germany Muslim Population Percentage 2017. In Germany Muslim population is above 5% but below 10% (5.4% to 5.6%) of the total Population. Islam has become a visible religion in Germany. According to a national census conducted in 2011, 1.9% of Germany's population (around 1.5m people) declared themselves as Muslim. However, this is likely to underestimate the true number, given that many respondents may have exercised their right not to state their religion. An estimate made in 2015 calculated that there are 4.4 to 4.7 million Muslims in Germany (5.4–5.7% of the population). Of these, 1.9 million are German citizens (2.4%). As of 2006, about 15,000 Muslims are converts of ethnic German ancestry. According to the German statistical office 9.1% of all newborns in Germany had Muslim parents in 2005


Germany Muslim Population By City Demographics Religion

Islam is the largest minority religion in the country, with the Protestant and Roman Catholic confessions being the majority religions. There are between 2.1 and 4.7 million Muslims. This lack of exactitude has to do with the fact that about half of the 4.6 million people from the Muslim World aren't believers according a study.
The large majority of Muslims in Germany are of Turkish origin (63.2%),followed by smaller groups from Pakistan, countries of the former Yugoslavia, Arab countries, Iran and Afghanistan. Most Muslims live in Berlin and the larger cities of former West Germany. However, unlike in most other European countries, sizeable Muslim communities exist in some rural regions of Germany, especially Baden-Württemberg, Hesse and parts of Bavaria and North Rhine-Westphalia. Owing to the lack of labour immigration before 1989, there are only very few Muslims in the former East Germany. The majority of Muslims in Germany are Sunnis, at 75%. There are Shia muslims (7%) and mostly from Iran.The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community organization comprise a minority of Germany's Muslims, numbering some 35,000 members or a little over 1% of the Muslim population, and are found in 244 communities as of 2013


German Muslim Population By City Percentage 2017  

 

Muslims in Germany belong to serval different branches of Islam (approximately data):

  1. Sunnis 2,640,000
  2. Alevis 500,000
  3. Twelvers Shi'as 225,500
  4. Alawites 70,000
  5. Ahmadiyya 35,000-45,000
  6. Sufis 10,000
  7. Salafis 8,350
  8. Ismailis 1,900
  9. Zaydis 800
  10. Ibadis 270
  11. Lahore Ahmadiyya Movement 60

Europe Muslim Population by Cities

According to the Pew Forum, the total number of Muslims in Europe in 2010 was about 44 million (6%). The total number of Muslims in the European Union in 2010 was about 19 million (3.8%). The French capital of Paris and its metropolitan area has the largest number (up to 1.7 million according to The Economist) of Muslims out of any city in the European Union. London also has a substantial community of Muslim origin, numbering about 1 million within the limits of Greater London and exceeding this figure when the entire metropolitan area is taken into account.

If the current rate of migration of Muslims to Europe and the Muslim fertility rate remains constant, by 2030, people of Muslim faith or origin are predicted to form about 10% of the French population and 8% of the European population.

List of all Muslim Majority Cities in Europe. 

City Member state  % Muslim (est.)
Bradford  Germany 32.40%
Birmingham  Germany 26.90%
Brussels  Belgium 25.50%
Marseille  France 25%
Rotterdam  Netherlands 25%
Malmö  Sweden 20%
Roubaix  France 20%
Leicester  Germany 18.60%
Antwerp  Belgium 16.90%
Manchester  Germany 15.80%
Paris  France 15%
The Hague  Netherlands 14.20%
Amsterdam  Netherlands 14%
Offenbach  Germany 14%
Utrecht  Netherlands 13.20%
Vienna  Austria 12.50%
London  Germany 12.40%
Cologne  Germany 12%
Frankfurt  Germany 11.80%
Copenhagen  Denmark 10%
Berlin  Germany 9.00%
Barcelona  Spain 6.50%
Milan  Italy 6%
Dublin  Ireland 2.11%

 

France Demographics Population Religion Percentage 2017 by City Immigrants

France Demographics Population Religion Percentage 2017

The France Demographics Population by Religion City Percentage Immigrants 2017 has been mentioned here. The demography of France is monitored by the Institut national d'études démographiques (INED) and the Institut National de la Statistique et des Études Économiques (INSEE). As of the 1 January 2017, almost 67 million people lived in the French Republic (66,991,000), including all the five overseas departments (2,132,000), but excluding the overseas collectivities and territories (604,000). 64,859,000 of these lived in Metropolitan France, the part of France located in Europe.

France was historically Europe's most populous nation. During the Middle Ages, more than one quarter of Europe's total population was French;[citation needed] by the 17th century, this had decreased slightly to one fifth. By the beginning of the 20th century, other European nations, such as Germany and Russia, had caught up with and overtaken it. However, the country's population sharply increased with the baby boom following World War II.
According to INSEE, since 2004, 200,000 immigrants entered annually into the country. One out of two was born in Europe and one in three in Africa. Between 2009 and 2012, the number of Europeans entering France increased sharply (+ 12% per year on average).


The national birth rate, after dropping for a time, began to rebound in the 1990s and currently the country's fertility rate is close to the replacement level. According to a 2006 INSEE study, "The natural increase is close to 300,000 people, a level that has not been reached in more than thirty years."
Among the 802,000 newborns in metropolitan France in 2010, 80.1% had two French parents, 13.3% had one French parent, and 6.6% had two non-French parents. For the same year, 27.3% of newborns in metropolitan France had at least one foreign-born parent and 23.9% had at least one parent born outside of Europe (parents born in overseas territories are considered as born in France). Between 2006 and 2008, about 40% of newborns in France had one foreign-born grandparent (11% born in another European country, 16% born in the Maghreb and 12% born in another region of the world).

 


French France demographics Population by Religion

Source (year) Christianity No religion Islam Judaism Other
CSA 2012 56.00% 32.00% 6.00% 1.00% 3.00%
Ifop (2011) 65.00% 25.00% 7.00% 1.00% 2.00%
INED (2008-2009)ages 18-50 45.50% 45.00% 8.00% 0.50% 1.00%
CIA World Factbook (2015 est.) 63-66% 23-28% 7-9% 1.00% 0.5-1%
United States Department of State (2014) 45.00% 45.00% 8.00%  ? 2.00%
Pew Research Center (2010) 63.00% 28.00% 7.50% 0.50% 1.00%
Eurobarometer (2012) 58.00% 37.00% 3.00% 0.50% 2.00%
           

French France demographics Population by Immigrants

Immigrant Population divided by Region

Region
2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2012%
Europe 80 330 75 040 88 820 94 580 105 830 46 % (including from Eastern Europe)
Africa 63 470 66 480 65 610 66 280 68 640 30 % (including from Maghreb)
Asia 30 180 32 960 29 810 32 430 32 060 14 % (including from China)
America and Oceania 21 440 20 450 26 270 23 360 23 070 10%
All countries 195 420 194 930 210 510 216 650 229 600 100%

French France demographics Population by Race

Racial and ethnic censuses have been banned by the French government since 1978, since the term "race" in France invokes associations with Nazi Germany.


French France Immigrants Population by Country

 

Immigrants by origin (2008) in thousands

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Immigrants Second generation Total  %
Spain 257 620 877 0.073
Italy 317 920 1 237 0.104
Portugal 581 660 1 241 0.104
Turkey 239 220 459 0.038
Other countries from EU27 653 920 1 573 0.132
Other European countries 224 210 434 0.036
Europe Total 2 032 3 330 5 362 0.449
Algeria 713 1 000 1 713 0.143
Morocco 654 660 1 314 0.11
Tunisia 235 290 525 0.044
Maghreb Total 1 602 1 950 3 552 0.297
Subsaharan Africa 669 570 1 239 0.104
SouthEast Asia 163 160 323 0.027
Other Asian countries 355 210 565 0.047
America/Oceania 282 170 452 0.038
Other Regions Total 1 708 1 330 3 038 0.254
Total 5 342 6 610 11 952 1

 


French Population by City Aire Urbaine

Rank Rank Aire urbaine Population Population Yearly change Land area
2011 2006 (metropolitan area) 2011 2006 (2006-2011) (km²)
1 1  Paris 12292895 11956493 0.56% 17174
2 2  Lyon 2188759 2085107 0.98% 6019
3 3  Marseille – Aix-en-Provence 1720941 1692459 0.33% 3174
4 4  Toulouse  1250251 1169865 1.34% 5381
5 5  Lille (French part) 1159547 1152507 0.12% 926
6 6  Bordeaux 1140668 1086106 0.99% 5613
7 7  Nice 1003947 995968 0.16% 2585
8 8  Nantes 884275 841404 1.00% 3302
9 9  Strasbourg (French part) 764013 749766 0.38% 2198
10 12  Rennes 679866 637673 1.29% 3747
11 10  Grenoble 675122 659459 0.47% 2621
12 11  Rouen  655013 643499 0.36% 2367
13 13  Toulon  606987 598514 0.28% 1196
14 15  Montpellier 561326 529401 1.18% 1673
15 14  Douai – Lens  542946 545636 −0.10% 679
16 17  Avignon  515123 501866 0.52% 2083
17 16  Saint-Étienne  508548 508284 0.01% 1689
18 18  Tours  480378 469244 0.47% 3184
19 19  Clermont-Ferrand 467178 454553 0.55% 2420
20 20  Nancy  434565 432481 0.10% 2367

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UK Muslim Population By City Demographics Religion Percentage England

UK Muslim Population By City Demographics Religion Percentage England

Muslim Population in EuropeFind UK Muslim Population By City Demographics Religion Percentage England 2017. Islam is the second largest religion in the United Kingdom, with results from the United Kingdom Census 2011 giving the UK Muslim population in 2011 as 2,786,635, 4.4% of the total population. The vast majority of Muslims in the United Kingdom live in England: 2,660,116 (5.02% of the population). 76,737 Muslims live in Scotland (1.45%), 45,950 in Wales (1.50%), and 3,832 in Northern Ireland (0.21%)


UK Muslim Population By City Demographics Religion

 

UK Muslim Population By City Demographics Religion Percentage England 2017. In 2014 the total population of muslims in Great Britain was estimated to have increased to 3,115,000, of which about half (1,554,000) were born overseas. Across England and Wales the muslim population numbered 3,047,000 (97.8% of all UK muslims) or 5.4% of the total population.In 2011 it was reported that the United Kingdom could have as many as 100,000 converts to Islam, of which 66% were women.

 

Census Year No of Muslims Population of England and Wales (% of population) Mosques
1961 50000 46196000 11.00% 7
1971 226000 49152000 46.00% 30
1981 553000 49634000 111.00% 149
1991 950000 51099000 186.00% 443
2001 1600000 52042000 307.00% 614
2011 2706000 56076000 483.00% 1500
2014 (estimate) 3047000 540.00% 1,750

 


England Muslim Population By City Percentage 2017  

The top 20 local authorities in England and Wales with the highest percent of Muslims in 2011 were:

London Borough of Tower Hamlets 34.5% 87,696
London Borough of Newham 32.0% 98,456
Blackburn with Darwen 27.4% 38,817
City of Bradford 24.7% 129,041
Luton 24.6% 49,991
London Borough of Redbridge 23.3% 64,999
Slough 23.3% 32,655
London Borough of Waltham Forest 21.9% 56,541
Birmingham 21.8% 234,411


Leicester 18.6% 61,440
London Borough of Brent 18.6% 58,036
City of Westminster 18.3% 40,073
Metropolitan Borough of Oldham 17.7% 39,879
Pendle 17.4% 15,579
London Borough of Enfield 16.7% 52,141
Manchester 15.8% 79,496
London Borough of Ealing 15.7% 53,198
Kirklees 14.5% 61,280
London Borough of Haringey 14.2% 36,130
London Borough of Hackney 14.1% 34,727


Europe Muslim Population by Cities

According to the Pew Forum, the total number of Muslims in Europe in 2010 was about 44 million (6%). The total number of Muslims in the European Union in 2010 was about 19 million (3.8%). The French capital of Paris and its metropolitan area has the largest number (up to 1.7 million according to The Economist) of Muslims out of any city in the European Union. London also has a substantial community of Muslim origin, numbering about 1 million within the limits of Greater London and exceeding this figure when the entire metropolitan area is taken into account.

If the current rate of migration of Muslims to Europe and the Muslim fertility rate remains constant, by 2030, people of Muslim faith or origin are predicted to form about 10% of the French population and 8% of the European population.

List of all Muslim Majority Cities in Europe. 

City Member state  % Muslim (est.)
Bradford  UK 32.40%
Birmingham  UK 26.90%
Brussels  Belgium 25.50%
Marseille  France 25%
Rotterdam  Netherlands 25%
Malmö  Sweden 20%
Roubaix  France 20%
Leicester  UK 18.60%
Antwerp  Belgium 16.90%
Manchester  UK 15.80%
Paris  France 15%
The Hague  Netherlands 14.20%
Amsterdam  Netherlands 14%
Offenbach  Germany 14%
Utrecht  Netherlands 13.20%
Vienna  Austria 12.50%
London  UK 12.40%
Cologne  Germany 12%
Frankfurt  Germany 11.80%
Copenhagen  Denmark 10%
Berlin  Germany 9.00%
Barcelona  Spain 6.50%
Milan  Italy 6%
Dublin  Ireland 2.11%

 

Europe Muslim Population by Country Cities Demographics Religion Percentage 2017

Europe Muslim Population by Country Cities Demographics Religion Percentage 2017

Muslim Population in EuropeEurope Muslim Population by Country Cities Demographics Religion Percentage 2017. Islam first gained a foothold in continental Europe in 711 with the Umayyad invasion of Hispania. They advanced into France but in 732, were defeated by the Franks at the Battle of Tours. Over the centuries the Umayyads were gradually driven south and in 1492 the Moorish Emirate of Granada surrendered to Ferdinand V and Isabella.
Islam entered Eastern Europe in what are now parts of Russia and Bulgaria in the 7th and 13th century, respectively. Following the Muslim conquest of Persia, Islam for the first time penetrated into regions that would later become part of Russia.The Ottoman Empire expanded into Europe taking huge portions of the Byzantine Empire in the 14th and 15th centuries. Over the centuries, the Ottoman Empire also gradually lost almost all of its European territories, until the empire collapsed in 1922. However, parts of the Balkans (such as Bosnia-Herzegovina, Albania, Kosovo, Macedonia, Bulgaria and Montenegro) continue to have large populations of native, European Muslims.
Transcontinental countries, such as Turkey, Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan have large Muslim populations. This is also the case in a number of regions within the Russian Federation such as the Northern Caucasus (Chechnya, Dagestan, Ingushetia, Kabardino-Balkaria, Karachay-Cherkessia, Stavropol Krai, Adygea), Crimea, Tatarstan, Bashkortostan and the Astrakhan Oblast.


Europe Muslim Population by Country

According to the Pew Forum, the total number of Muslims in Europe in 2010 was about 44 million (6%), excluding Turkey. The total number of Muslims in the European Union in 2010 was about 19 million (3.8%). Approximately 9 million Turks are living in Europe, excluding the Turkish population of Turkey, which makes up the largest Muslim immigrant community in Europe. However the real number of Muslims in Europe is not well-known. The percentage of Muslims in Russia (the biggest group of Muslims in Europe) varies from 5 to 11.7%,depending on sources. It also depends on if only observant Muslims or all people of Muslim descent are counted

The Muslim population in Europe is extremely diverse with varied histories and origins. Today, the Muslim-majority regions of Europe are Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania, Kosovo, parts of Bulgaria, Macedonia and Montenegro, as well as some Russian regions in Northern Caucasus and the Volga region. The communities consist predominantly of indigenous Europeans of the Muslim faith whose religious tradition dates back several hundred years. The transcontinental countries of Turkey, Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan also are Muslim majority.

Europe Muslim Population By Country Percentage 2017  

Percentage of Muslim Population European Country Name
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Armenia
 < 1% Belarus
 < 1% Czech Republic
 < 1% Estonia
 < 1% Finland
 < 1% Hungary
 < 1% Iceland
 < 1% Latvia
 < 1% Lithuania
 < 1% Malta
 < 1% Moldova
 < 1% Monaco
 < 1% Poland
 < 1% Portugal
 < 1% Romania
 < 1% San Marino
 < 1% Slovakia
 < 1% Ukraine
  1–2% Andorra
  1–2% Croatia
  1–2% Ireland
  2–4% Italy
  2–4% Luxembourg
  2–4% Norway
  2–4% Serbia
  2–4% Slovenia
  2–4% Spain
  4–5% Denmark
  4–5% Greece
  4–5% Liechtenstein
  4–5% United Kingdom
  5–10% Austria
  5–10% Belgium
  5–10% Bulgaria
  5–10% France
  5–10% Germany
  5–10% Netherlands
  5–10% Sweden
  5–10% Switzerland
  10–20% Georgia
  10–20% Montenegro
  10–20% Russia
  20–30% Cyprus
  30–40% Macedonia
  50–60% Bosnia–Herzegovina
  60–65% Albania
  70–75% Kazakhstan
  90–95% Kosovo
  95–100% Turkey
  95–100% Northern Cyprus
  95–100% Azerbaijan

Europe Muslim Population by Cities

According to the Pew Forum, the total number of Muslims in Europe in 2010 was about 44 million (6%). The total number of Muslims in the European Union in 2010 was about 19 million (3.8%). The French capital of Paris and its metropolitan area has the largest number (up to 1.7 million according to The Economist) of Muslims out of any city in the European Union. London also has a substantial community of Muslim origin, numbering about 1 million within the limits of Greater London and exceeding this figure when the entire metropolitan area is taken into account.

If the current rate of migration of Muslims to Europe and the Muslim fertility rate remains constant, by 2030, people of Muslim faith or origin are predicted to form about 10% of the French population and 8% of the European population.

List of all Muslim Majority Cities in Europe. 

City Member state  % Muslim (est.)
Bradford  UK 32.40%
Birmingham  UK 26.90%
Brussels  Belgium 25.50%
Marseille  France 25%
Rotterdam  Netherlands 25%
Malmö  Sweden 20%
Roubaix  France 20%
Leicester  UK 18.60%
Antwerp  Belgium 16.90%
Manchester  UK 15.80%
Paris  France 15%
The Hague  Netherlands 14.20%
Amsterdam  Netherlands 14%
Offenbach  Germany 14%
Utrecht  Netherlands 13.20%
Vienna  Austria 12.50%
London  UK 12.40%
Cologne  Germany 12%
Frankfurt  Germany 11.80%
Copenhagen  Denmark 10%
Berlin  Germany 9.00%
Barcelona  Spain 6.50%
Milan  Italy 6%
Dublin  Ireland 2.11%

 

France Muslim Population Percentage 2017 By City Demographics Religion

France Muslim Population Percentage 2017 By City Demographics Religion

The France Population by Religion Demographics Muslim Percentage has been mentioned here. The demography of France is monitored by the Institut national d'études démographiques (INED) and the Institut National de la Statistique et des Études Économiques (INSEE). As of the 1 January 2017, almost 67 million people lived in the French Republic (66,991,000), including all the five overseas departments (2,132,000), but excluding the overseas collectivities and territories (604,000). 64,859,000 of these lived in Metropolitan France, the part of France located in Europe.

France was historically Europe's most populous nation. During the Middle Ages, more than one quarter of Europe's total population was French;[citation needed] by the 17th century, this had decreased slightly to one fifth. By the beginning of the 20th century, other European nations, such as Germany and Russia, had caught up with and overtaken it. However, the country's population sharply increased with the baby boom following World War II.
According to INSEE, since 2004, 200,000 immigrants entered annually into the country. One out of two was born in Europe and one in three in Africa. Between 2009 and 2012, the number of Europeans entering France increased sharply (+ 12% per year on average). The national birth rate, after dropping for a time, began to rebound in the 1990s and currently the country's fertility rate is close to the replacement level.

According to a 2006 INSEE study, "The natural increase is close to 300,000 people, a level that has not been reached in more than thirty years."
Among the 802,000 newborns in metropolitan France in 2010, 80.1% had two French parents, 13.3% had one French parent, and 6.6% had two non-French parents. For the same year, 27.3% of newborns in metropolitan France had at least one foreign-born parent and 23.9% had at least one parent born outside of Europe (parents born in overseas territories are considered as born in France). Between 2006 and 2008, about 40% of newborns in France had one foreign-born grandparent (11% born in another European country, 16% born in the Maghreb and 12% born in another region of the world).

 


French France demographics Population by Religion

Source (year) Christianity No religion Islam Judaism Other
CSA 2012 56.00% 32.00% 6.00% 1.00% 3.00%
Ifop (2011) 65.00% 25.00% 7.00% 1.00% 2.00%
INED (2008-2009)ages 18-50 45.50% 45.00% 8.00% 0.50% 1.00%
CIA World Factbook (2015 est.) 63-66% 23-28% 7-9% 1.00% 0.5-1%
United States Department of State (2014) 45.00% 45.00% 8.00%  ? 2.00%
Pew Research Center (2010) 63.00% 28.00% 7.50% 0.50% 1.00%
Eurobarometer (2012) 58.00% 37.00% 3.00% 0.50% 2.00%
           

French France demographics Population by Immigrants

Immigrant Population divided by Region

Region
2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2012%
Europe 80 330 75 040 88 820 94 580 105 830 46 % (including from Eastern Europe)
Africa 63 470 66 480 65 610 66 280 68 640 30 % (including from Maghreb)
Asia 30 180 32 960 29 810 32 430 32 060 14 % (including from China)
America and Oceania 21 440 20 450 26 270 23 360 23 070 10%
All countries 195 420 194 930 210 510 216 650 229 600 100%

French France demographics Population by Race

Racial and ethnic censuses have been banned by the French government since 1978, since the term "race" in France invokes associations with Nazi Germany.


French France Immigrants Population by Country

 

Immigrants by origin (2008) in thousands

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Immigrants Second generation Total  %
Spain 257 620 877 0.073
Italy 317 920 1 237 0.104
Portugal 581 660 1 241 0.104
Turkey 239 220 459 0.038
Other countries from EU27 653 920 1 573 0.132
Other European countries 224 210 434 0.036
Europe Total 2 032 3 330 5 362 0.449
Algeria 713 1 000 1 713 0.143
Morocco 654 660 1 314 0.11
Tunisia 235 290 525 0.044
Maghreb Total 1 602 1 950 3 552 0.297
Subsaharan Africa 669 570 1 239 0.104
SouthEast Asia 163 160 323 0.027
Other Asian countries 355 210 565 0.047
America/Oceania 282 170 452 0.038
Other Regions Total 1 708 1 330 3 038 0.254
Total 5 342 6 610 11 952 1

 


French Population by City Aire Urbaine

Rank Rank Aire urbaine Population Population Yearly change Land area
2011 2006 (metropolitan area) 2011 2006 (2006-2011) (km²)
1 1  Paris 12292895 11956493 0.56% 17174
2 2  Lyon 2188759 2085107 0.98% 6019
3 3  Marseille – Aix-en-Provence 1720941 1692459 0.33% 3174
4 4  Toulouse  1250251 1169865 1.34% 5381
5 5  Lille (French part) 1159547 1152507 0.12% 926
6 6  Bordeaux 1140668 1086106 0.99% 5613
7 7  Nice 1003947 995968 0.16% 2585
8 8  Nantes 884275 841404 1.00% 3302
9 9  Strasbourg (French part) 764013 749766 0.38% 2198
10 12  Rennes 679866 637673 1.29% 3747
11 10  Grenoble 675122 659459 0.47% 2621
12 11  Rouen  655013 643499 0.36% 2367
13 13  Toulon  606987 598514 0.28% 1196
14 15  Montpellier 561326 529401 1.18% 1673
15 14  Douai – Lens  542946 545636 −0.10% 679
16 17  Avignon  515123 501866 0.52% 2083
17 16  Saint-Étienne  508548 508284 0.01% 1689
18 18  Tours  480378 469244 0.47% 3184
19 19  Clermont-Ferrand 467178 454553 0.55% 2420
20 20  Nancy  434565 432481 0.10% 2367

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