Question: What religion is Fiji people?

Most Indian Fijians, who account for 37 percent of the total population, are Hindu, while an estimated 20 percent are Muslim and 6 percent Christian. Approximately 60 percent of the small Chinese community is Christian. The small community of mixed European and Fijian ancestry is predominantly Christian.

What is Fiji main religion?

Almost all indigenous Fijians are Christian, mostly Methodist. Most Indians are Hindu, though a significant minority are Muslim. About one-tenth of the population is Roman Catholic, and there is a small Assemblies of God community. Fiji: Religious affiliation Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc.

Is Fiji an Islamic country?

Islam In Fiji has a high following in Fiji. There are about 60,000 Muslims in Fiji. Muslims in Fiji are mostly Sunni Muslim. In the 1966 Fiji elections, a Suva-based Muslim communal party, the Muslim Political Front, took part.

Is Fiji a Catholic?

At the time of the 2007 census, 64.5% of Fijians were Christian (most being Methodist or Catholic), 27.9% were Hindu and 6.3% were Muslim. There is also a small minority of Sikhs and Buddhists. Today, most indigenous Fijians are devoutly Christian and the faith has become a central aspect of their lifestyle.

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