The majority of residents in Hong Kong would claim no religious affiliation, professing a form of agnosticism or atheism. According to the U.S Department of State, only 43% of the population practices some form of religion. According to another poll, Hong Kong is the seventh least religious country in the world, with only 22% of the population considering religion an important part of their daily lives. In Hong Kong, teaching evolution won out in a curriculum dispute about whether to teach other explanations, and that creationism and intelligent design will form no part of the senior secondary biology curriculum.
Hong Kong enjoys a high degree of religious freedom, a right enshrined and protected through its constitutional document, the Basic Law. A local religious scholar in contact with major denominations estimates there are approximately 1.5 million Buddhists and Taoists in Hong Kong. Buddhists and Taoists share a common background of Confucian theory, Chinese folk religion (worship of folk deities and figures of Chinese mythology), and ancestor worship (source).
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