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Did You Know?
Sydney is religious - more or less...
As well as amenities, proximity to shops and transport, you may also want to check the level of religious affiliation in the Sydney suburb you are next considering to live.
I could tell you that 75.5% of people in Sydney align to a religion, with 14.1% saying they have no religion and the balance uncompelled to respond to that 2006 census question (10.4%).
Move around Sydney though and you begin to appreciate what a heterogeneous city it is on the religion front.
For example, 25.6% of people in Surry Hills said they had no religion and 29.2% didn't give any answer to the religion question in the 2006 census. That's 54.8% of people who don't have no religion or didn't feel compelled to answer the question.
Only 18.3% of people in Liverpool stated no religion (5.7%) or didn't respond (12.6%).
While Gymea has also has a strong, overall commitment to religion similar to Liverpool, the mix of the unaligned was the other way around, with 13.7% with no religion and 6.6% who didn't respond to the question.
Balmain has a tad more explicit 'no religion' individuals (28.3%) than you find in Surry Hills, but fewer left the question unanswered (13.0%), giving an overall level of 41.3% of people who don't explicity align with any religion.
Mosmon sits in the middle of the range, with 30.6% of people having no recorded alignment to religion, made up of 19.2% with no religion and 11.4% who left the answer blank.
Refer: ABS, Cat. No. 2068.0 - 2006 Census Tables