South East Asians View of Religious Diversity

Most people in South and Southeast Asian countries are tolerant toward religious diversity and consider minority religious groups compatible with national culture and values, says the latest Pew survey.All major religious groups in the region expressed “a general acceptance of religious diversity,” said the survey report released by Pew Research Center on Sept. 12.

The research surveyed people in three Buddhist-majority nations — Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Cambodia — and two Muslim-majority countries — Indonesia and Malaysia — besides the multi-religious Singapore.

Source: UCANews

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