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Perceptions of evolution, religion, and science (4310)

Type of Data: Perceptions of evolution, religion, and science (4310)

Faith Community: General

Date: 2023, May-June

Geography: United Kingdom. Part of multinational survey

Sample Size: 2133

Population: Adults aged 18 and over

Keywords: Compatibility of belief in god or higher power with development of life on earth through evolutionary processes, consequences of religion for society, consequences of science for society, ease of acceptance of evolutionary science in reference to personal beliefs, evolution, evolutionary processes, evolutionary science, importance of evolutionary science to personal identity and view of the world, importance of religious spiritual or non-religious position to personal identity and view of the world, importance of science to personal identity and view of the world, media representations of relationship between evolutionary science and religious positions, negative consequences for society, origin and development of life on earth, positive consequences for society, reliability of experts in evolutionary science, reliability of experts in theology, reliability of religious leaders, reliability of scientists, self-assessed religiosity or spirituality, sources of information, University of Birmingham, YouGov

Collection Method: Online interview

Collection Agency: YouGov

Sponsor: University of Birmingham, with funding from Templeton Religion Trust

Published Source:

  • Kate Gosschalk, Laura Piggott, Honor Gray, James Riley, and Fern Elsdon-Baker, Science and Religion. Exploring the Spectrum: A Multi-Country Study on Public Perceptions of Evolution, Religion, and Science, London: YouGov, 2023

    BRIN ID: 4310


    Multinational survey, also undertaken in Argentina, Australia, Canada, Germany, Spain, and the United States of America.

    Posted by: Clive D. Field

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