The main religion in France is Roman Catholicism. As of 2014, it is estimated that over 80 percent of the country's residents are Roman Catholic.
Though Roman Catholic ism is the dominant religion in France, there are also people who practice other religions. Approximately 2 percent of the French population are Protestant and 7 to 8 percent are practicing Muslims. France is also home to a handful of people who are Jewish or identify with the Baha'i faith. Only 4 percent of the population claims no religious preference, a statistic that shows how important religion is to the French.