Two thirds of Norwegians would react negatively if one of their children married a Muslim, according to the latest annual survey by Norway's Directorate of Integration and Diversity (IMDI).

According to the organisation's annual barometer, released on Wednesday, 58 percent of respondents said they would be unhappy about gaining a Muslim son-in-law or daughter-in-law.

This compared to 32 percent for a Hindu, 27 percent for Buddhist, 24 percent for a someone of Jewish faith, and just six percent for a Christian.

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