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Poll "Do you believe God Exists".


 
Result- "Ranked on a 7 point Likert Like scale with 1 being (yes absolutely) and 7 being (no absolutely not) a majority of church going people in the United states (80%) are more likely to believe that God exists, while a minority (20%) are more likely to believe that "maybe" or no. N= 2000, margin of error +/- 3. The results show that a vast majority of church goes believe God exists, but a not unsubstantional number of church goes believe that he only maybe exists, or doesnt exist. Of those who say he does not exist, additional polling questions indicated that they attend church out of habit or family obligations. Furthermore, additional data was collected on political leaning, with those in the Yea catagories more likely to lean conservative."



 
 
Science.


 
Try again.
 
 
No poll worth its salt would be set up in the way you phrased it.
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Poll "Do you believe God Exists".

Result- "Ranked on a 7 point Likert Like scale with 1 being (yes absolutely) and 7 being (no absolutely not) a majority of church going people in the United states (80%) are more likely to believe that God exists, while a minority (20%) are more likely to believe that "maybe" or no. N= 2000, margin of error +/- 3. The results show that a vast majority of church goes believe God exists, but a not unsubstantional number of church goes believe that he only maybe exists, or doesnt exist. Of those who say he does not exist, additional polling questions indicated that they attend church ourt of habit or family obligations. Furthermore, additional data was collected on political leaning, with those in the Yea catagories more likely to lean conservative."


Science.

Try again.
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Zincy
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"@Backgroundpony":/forums/generals/topics/tartarus?post_id=5070583#post_5070583

Poll "Do you believe God Exists".

Result- "Ranked on a 7 point Likert Like scale with 1 being (yes absolutely) and 7 being (no absolutely not) a majority of church going people in the United states (80%) are more likely to believe that God exists, while a minority (20%) are more likely to believe that "maybe" or no. N= 2000, margin of error +/- 3. The results show that a vast majority of church goes believe God exists, but a not unsubstantional number of church goes believe that he only maybe exists, or doesnt exist. Of those who say he does not exist, additional polling questions indicated that they attend church our of habit or family obligations. Furthermore, additional data was collected on political leaning, with those in the Yea catagories more likely to lean conservative. "


Science.

Try again.
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Zincy
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"@Backgroundpony":/forums/generals/topics/tartarus?post_id=5070583#post_5070583

Poll "Do you believe God Exists".

Result- "Ranked on a 7 point Likert Like scale with 1 being (yes absolutely) and 7 being (no absolutely not) a majority of church going people in the United states (80%) are more likely to believe that God exists, while a minority (20%) are more likely to believe that "maybe" or
no. N= 2000, margin of error +/- 3. The results show that a vast majority of church goes believe God exists, but a not unsubstantional number of church goes believe that he only maybe exists, or doesnt exist. Of those who say he does not exist, additional polling questions indicated that they attend church our of habit or family obligations. Furthermore, additional data was collected on political leaning, with those in the Yea catagories more likely to lean conservative.


Science.

Try again.
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