What percent of Switzerland is Protestant?
The majority of people living in Switzerland are Christian. Approx. 38% are Roman Catholic, and 27% Protestant (2015 figures). There are also many other religions represented in Switzerland: 5% Muslim, 0.5% Buddhist, 0.3% Jewish.
Which country is mainly Protestant?
1. United States (160 million) About 20% (160 million) of the global Protestants are found in the United States. The large number is directly linked to the early settlement of Protestant Europeans, particularly the British when the United States was a British colony.
Who was the famous Protestant reformer in Switzerland?
The Reformation in Switzerland involved various centres and reformers. A major role was played by Ulrich Zwingli, who was active from 1523 in Zurich, and John Calvin, who from 1536 transformed Geneva into what was called the “Protestant Rome”.