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We are a worldwide social network of freethinkers, atheists, agnostics and secular humanists.

Numbers matter. Be counted.

FAQ

1.     What is Atheist Census?

Atheist Census is a project to count and collect demographic information on the world’s atheists.

2.     What are the objectives of Atheist Census?

Atheist Census aims to build a picture of the world’s atheists – where they are, their genders and ages, their education and religious (if any) background – and use that information to demonstrate the presence and importance of atheists in societies around the world.

3.     Who is behind Atheist Census?

Atheist Census is a project of Atheist Alliance International (AAI), a global alliance of atheist/freethought groups and individuals.  AAI’s website is www.atheistalliance.org.

4.     What will the information be used for?

Aggregated to the country level, the information collected by Atheist Census is freely available through the Atheist Census website so that atheists can demonstrate their presence in their own countries.  AAI would be pleased to discuss other uses of the information with like-minded groups or individuals.

5.     Why do I have to provide my email address to participate in Atheist Census?

To ensure that the data collected by Atheist Census is credible each person is only permitted to have one entry in Atheist Census.  While we cannot guarantee that each person has only one email address, this approach is a practical way to limit the risk of duplication.

6.     Why do I need to verify my information through the email confirmation?

To ensure that the data collected by Atheist Census is credible we need to check that a real person is behind each submission.

7.     What happens if I don’t validate my Atheist Census data?

Data that is not validated will be deleted after 24 hours and another entry associated with that email address may be made.

8.     How quickly will my data show up in Atheist Census?

After you have clicked on the validation link to confirm your data it will be added to the Atheist Census database.  The statistics shown on the Atheist Census website are regularly updated from the database, but the process is not instantaneous.  Don’t worry, if you have confirmed your data, it is included in Atheist Census.

9.     Why haven’t I receive my validation email?

If you think you haven’t received your validation email firstly please check your spam folder.  If you still haven’t received your validation email after a few hours please email us at info@atheistcensus.com from the same email address that you used for your Atheist Census entry and tell us.  We are aware of a small minority of situations where the validation email is sent but it appears to be blocked by settings on the recipient email server.  If you let us know, we can manually confirm your data so that you will be counted in Atheist Census.

10.    Why is there a minimum age for Atheist Census?

We consider atheism to be a reasoned position, which requires that a person has seriously contemplated the concept of religion and concluded that they do not believe in any god.  This conclusion requires a certain level of intellectual maturity.  While individuals vary we have selected 15 as the minimum age at which we are comfortable that, on average, people have the capacity to reach this conclusion.

11.    What exactly do you mean by the titles atheist, freethinker, humanist etc – why don’t you provide definitions?

An atheist is simply someone who does not believe in any god, essentially, a non-religious person.  However, many people who are not religious prefer to use another title and that title may mean slightly different things to different people.  Rather than seek to impose AAI’s view of what those titles mean on people, we want to know which title people use to describe themselves.

12.    Which country am I “from” – country of birth or country of current residence?

We consider people to be from the country with which they have their primary affiliation.  For some people this will be their country of birth, for some it will be their country of current residence, for others it might be the country where they have spent most of their life.  It’s a matter of personal judgement.

13.    Wasn’t there another Atheist Census first?

The original Atheist Census launched in May 2012 but, unfortunately, ceased due to technical problems shortly after its launch.  AAI subsequently acquired and re-launched the project.

14.    I was counted in the first Atheist Census – can I be included in this one?

Yes!  No data has been retained from original Atheist Census.

15.    Where does the money donated to Atheist Census go?

AAI will use funds raised through Atheist Census to help cover development costs and pay for the ongoing technical requirements and marketing of the project.  Funds raised in addition to the needs of Atheist Census specifically will be used to support other projects by AAI to promote atheism and secularism around the world.  You can see more information on AAI’s projects at www.atheistalliance.org.

16.    Who can I contact for more information?

Please email the Atheist Census Coordinator at info@atheistcensus.com for further information on Atheist Census.  Please contact Atheist Alliance International at info@atheistalliance.org  for general information relating to atheism, secularism or AAI.


 

Link to the Atheist Census web site.

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Done! And shared!

Why do most atheists live in Brazil?

There are VERY FEW atheists in Brazil; someone must have a very good way to email his/her friends FAST. It's very early, only ~4,000 signers. Not a representative number. Pass it on to all your friends from every country!

Done and shared

Done 

Done.

Site down.

It's down often. It seems that the Atheist Aliance International did not hire good webmasters or is not using a decent server.

Still down but I will keep trying. 

Being hit with DoS. 

The atheist census is offline because of a denial of service (DoS) attack. They don't know who is behind it but obviously it's some theist who thinks atheists should not count at all. They will post an update soon. I'll continue to go to see what happens. Ugh.

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