Those of no religion are the 2nd largest belief group, about 3 times as many as all the other (non-Christian) religions altogether. 7,274,290.
Jedi Knights had 390,127 followers, and formed a larger group than several of the ‘major religions’:
Jews (259, 927); Sikhs (329, 358); Buddhists (144,453); or minor religions such as Jainism (15,132), Zoroastrianism (3,738) or the Bahai faith (4,645).
Paper by Guy Wilkinson, interfaith advisor to the Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams. "Britain remains overwhelmingly as a Christian Country at heart". Deep within the ‘Citadel of Self’ this is probably a very true statement. It is fading fast, in most peoples minds and becoming a minor recognition of some form, of an, "undirected psuedo-spirituality". With ‘Papers’ written, as this one is by the Church of England, it now may fade away totally: with a little bit of good luck!