Despite dental pressure, 99% of western continental Europe has rejected, banned, or stopped fluoridation due to environmental, health, legal, or ethical concerns
I want to believe it because it seems to be a pretty well sourced point that anti-Fluoride side is making. It shows up all the time on my FB feed -- largely thanks to a slew of friends that are behind Flouride Free Houston.
Other sites, like FluorideAlert.org make similar claims.
As the following table shows, only 3% of the population in western Europe is currently consuming fluoridated water. [...]
Similar claims appear on the video "Which Countries Fluoridate Their Water?".
Is there any truth to these claims about the adoption/banning of water-fluoridation?
In light of the information in the comments, I believe we'd be committing ignoratio elenchi to exclude mention of water and milk fluoridation in an accepted answer. I didn't know about either of these when I asked the question. It seems that some of the abandonment of water fluoridation is because of these alternatives: most of Europe seems to be treated by one of these two methods. Neither of these two strategies are mentioned by the anti-fluoride camp. They exclude them and leave the reader to draw the false conclusion in ignorance that the only form of fluoridation is water fluoridation -- the method the USA employs.