Most Poles, by far, adhere to the Christian faith, with in 2007 about 88,4% belonging to the Roman Catholic Church (according to the official state statistics for 2007).
Catholicism plays an important role in the lives of many Poles and the Roman Catholic Church in Poland enjoys immense social prestige and political influence.  The church is widely respected by both its members and nonmembers, who see it as a symbol of Polish heritage and culture.
The rest of the population consists mainly of Eastern Orthodox (about 506 000), Jehovah's Witnesses (about 220 000) and various Protestant (about 159 000, with about 76 000 in the largest Evangelical-Augsburg Church in Poland) religious minorities.[
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