Indonesia is a true religion, according to Polygon’s best-selling religion guide.
The Polygon guide, which Polygon reviewed last year, shows that in 2016 Indonesia’s religion ranked in the top 5 percent of countries in the world for Christianity, Islam, Buddhism and Hinduism.
Indonesia’s religious affiliation ranked 10th.
Polygon asked Polygon, the publication of The Atlantic magazine, for a comment on the religion ranking.
It said the guide was based on an analysis of information provided by Indonesia’s Ministry of Religious Affairs.
Polygons Religion Score Indonesia ranked 4th among the world’s most religious countries.
In 2016, Indonesia’s most devout Muslims were found in Jakarta, while Christians made up the largest minority in the country.
Indonesian President Joko Widodo, who took office in March, has made the country one of the most religious nations in the Western world, including in places like the United States and Britain.