Majority of Austrians want Christian values taught at school, survey says

76% of Austrians think it’s important to transmit Christian values to the new generations and they should be taught at school. 69% is against removing crucifixes or other religious symbols from the classrooms. IMAS Institute‘s research found that also people who do not claim to be devoted catholic think that “Austria is a Christian country and it must remain like it is.”

19% of Austrians consider Christian traditions (nativity scenes, Christmas songs, etc…) “very important” and 35% considers the, “rather important”.


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