End of Christianity: Christianity DYING OUT in Europe - new shock study finds
The Czech Republic now ranks as the least religious place in Europe, among 16 to 29-year-olds.
These compare to only one percent in Israel, 17 per cent in Poland, and 25 per cent in Lithuania. In the UK and France, the proportions are 70 per cent and 64 per cent respectively
In Britain, at least two thirds of young people do not identify with religion.
And, only seven percent of young people identify as Anglican, and 10 percent Catholic.
However, in stark contrast, Muslims in the UK, are embracing their faith more than ever and are poised to overtake the number of practicing Anglicans in Britain in this age group- at six percent.
The report, called "Europe's Young Adults and Religion" was conducted by Professor Stephen Bullivant, at St Mary's University in London.
He said "with some notable exceptions" young adults "increasingly are not identifying with or practising religion".
Professor Bullivant said: "One in five Catholics in the UK were not born in the UK.
"And we know the Muslim birthrate is higher than the general population, and they have much higher( religious) retention rates."
At present, only 21 percent of young, British, people identify themselves as Christians and only seven percent as Catholic.
In Belgium, 65 per cent of those polled had no religion.
In Hungary this figure was 67 per cent.
Poland ranked as the most religious place in Europe with 83 per cent of young people saying they were religious.
In Lithuania, 74 percent of those polled said they were religious.
Mr Bullivant said the trend towards a secular society was likely to continue for the foreseeable future.
He added: "Christianity as a default, as a norm, is gone, and probably gone for good - or at least for the next 100 years."