Irie or Anansi?
There will be a greater increase in belief in Traditional African Religion over Rastafarianism at the 2021 Census. The Jamaican saying “Irie” is often used to mean “everything is alright and fine.” Anansi is an African folktale character. He often takes the shape of a spider and is sometimes considered to be a god of all knowledge of stories. This bet pits Rastafarianism, a religion of the African diaspora against affiliation with the belief in ‘Traditional African Religion’. Which religion will show the greatest rise in affiliations between 2011 and 2021? This bet is that there will be a greater increase in belief in Traditional African Religion over Rastafarianism at the 2021 Census.
The Data Gamble’s Metaphysical Census allows you make money from gambling on religious beliefs using the the 2021 population Census for England and Wales (E&W). This bet will be resolved upon publication by the Office for National Statistics of the Topic Summary for Ethic Group, National Identity, Language an Religion data release as detailed in Table 58A. Arbitration will be sought from British Religion in Numbers (BRIN) research programme in the event that it cannot be resolved to all bettors’ satisfaction.
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