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Alternative Spirituality and Religion Review

Volume 3, Issue 1, 2012

Helen A. Berger
Pages 3-14
DOI: 10.5840/asrr20123114

Contemporary Paganism: Fifteen Years Later

The Pagan Census (PC) was conducted between 1993 and 1995, while the Pagan Census Revisited (PCR) was conducted in 2009-10. Though not ‘censuses’ in the proper sense, these two data sets represent the best quantitative information we have on contemporary Paganism. Contrasting the PCR with the PC indicates that much has remained the same, especially with regard to general demographic profile. The most dramatic change in the past fifteen years is the increase in the proportion of Pagans who practice alone.