Atheists of England/Wales

This is a more zoomed-out map, showing how the proportion of people stating they had no religion, varies around the the country. I’m using a ColorBrewer diverging colour ramp “BrBG” which diverges around the average value of around 25%. Turquoise areas show concentrations of large numbers of atheists. Live map here.

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Oliver O'Brien

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