Posts Tagged ‘Poll’

Christianity scores most favorably in religion poll

Thursday, March 9th, 2023

A recent poll explored Americans’ attitudes toward 35 religious groups, organizations, and belief systems. Belief systems that encompass the largest shares of Americans — including Christianity, Catholicism, and Protestantism — are among the ones the most Americans view favorably. Viewed least favorably are Satanism and Scientology. Read more

Euthanasia poll shows Kiwis evenly split over bill

Monday, May 20th, 2019

A survey commissioned by Euthanasia-Free NZ and conducted by Curia Market Research (CMR), indicates the gap in public opinion between those who support and oppose the End of Life Choice Bill was narrowing. The survey results are based on 1048 responses. When questioned about specific aspects of euthanasia the poll found: 73 per cent were opposed Read more

Fears religion will isolate children at school stops parents passing on faith

Tuesday, November 8th, 2016

Fears religion will isolate their children at school is stopping parents from passing on their faith. A recent poll of 1,013 UK parents found a quarter of them are of this opinion. Furthermore, nearly one in five said it was not their role “as a parent to pass on my beliefs to my children”. The Read more

Young people less tolerant and more ignorant of other religions, poll suggests

Monday, June 11th, 2012

Young people show less tolerance of other religions than older people, a poll suggests, highlighting widespread ignorance of links between Christianity, Islam and Judaism. People in their late teens and early 20s were significantly less open to children born to parents from different religious backgrounds being brought up to understand both faiths than those in Read more