The Central Statistical Office (KSH) has held consultations with representatives of Hungarian churches and religious communities about the census to be held in the autumn, KSH said in a statement on Wednesday.
KSH highlighted the significance of census questions on religious affiliation and noted the usefulness of gaining an accurate picture “of the social presence of individual churches and religious communities”.
During the consultations with 29 Hungarian religious communities and the deputy state secretariat for church and ethnic relations of the Prime Minister’s Office regarding the 1 Oct- 28 Nov census, aspects of the census covering religion were reviewed with a view to ensuring that related questions are comprehensible and easy to answer, the statement said.
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