New survey reveals drop-off in religiosity across Arab world, especially North Africa

The Arab world has become less religious in the last five years, with North Africa, in particular, seeing a steep decline, according to a new social attitudes survey released by BBC Arabic.

The survey, conducted between October 2018 and April 2019 in collaboration with the Arab Barometer research project, interviewing 25,000 people across the region, showed a wide range in attitudes towards issues of sexuality, gender and politics.

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