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According to a 2002 poll of adult Europeans conducted by a professional institute (IHA-GfK, Hergiswil, Switzerland), only 40% of the respondents agreed with the statement that the universe, the earth, and all organisms of the biosphere are entirely the product of a natural evolutionary process
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Dude a 2002 poll... Lol you know how many people have swapped to agnostic/atheist in the last dozen years.... Prob like 10 or 15% of the population...
More than half of British adults think that intelligent design and creationism should be taught alongside evolution in school science lessons – a proportion higher than in the US.
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Most Britons Reject Creationism
According to the survey, most people in the UK reject ideas like creationism and intelligent design, with 83 percent rejecting the former and 89 percent the latter.
Notably, the survey showed that nearly half the population believe that Christianity and evolution do not clash.
Almost half of those questioned said that the theory of evolution challenged Christianity, but said it was possible to believe in both
I've noticed that over the last decade in particular, there has been a growing movement among US Christians to deny science of all types that could possibly come into conflict with the Biblical creation story.