*NEW* According to Census 2021 data for residents of Oxford showed that:
- 39% had no religion
- 38% described themselves as Christian
- 13% stated that they belonged to another religion (most commonly Islam at 8.7%)
- 10% did not answer this question
Between 2011 and 2021, the number of people describing themselves as having no religion went up by 5.9% (up from 50,274 residents to 63,201). The number of people identifying as Muslim went up by 1.9% (up from 10,320 residents to 14,093) whilst the number of Christians fell by 9.9% (down from 72,924 residents to 61,750).