The Democratic Technomancy of
New York Times Democracy
Religion is a recurring theme in the classical history of Ancient Gurkland and is a tool to legitimize its own form of government. The subjects of Gurkland are moderately attentive to religion by XXI western standards, but the very rooted permissive behavior of the Gods and the success of religious liberalism generated profound apathy for religion. In the superficial analyzes conducted by the privately-controlled National Statistical Office 53% of Gurklandians picked the option : ''I do not care'' when being asked how much the intensity of their doctrines influences them.
The Constitution of Gurkland shield the freedom of religion as a basic human right that can not be taken away. On the other hand, Atheists are nonexistent due to the proven existence of a God, but the non-religious are many in the sense that they do not want their lives influenced by Madokami.
Religions with major influence in politics.(Above 10%) Madokaists
: 41%.Cult of Reason
: 27%Atheists, Agnostics and non-religious
Daedric Cults: 4%(almost all worshipers of Sheogorath).
Native local religions, beliefs and cults: 4%