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Prevalence of superstitious beliefs (4262)

Type of Data: Prevalence of superstitious beliefs (4262)

Faith Community: Alternative

Date: 2022, 24-25 November

Geography: Great Britain

Sample Size: 2212

Population: Adults aged 18 and over

Keywords: Bad luck, black cat cross your path, blowing on dice, bride wearing something borrowed something blue something old and something new, broken mirrors, crossing your fingers, finding a penny, four-leaf clovers, Friday the 13th, getting pooed on by a bird, good luck, groom seeing bride on wedding day before ceremony, hanging a horseshoe above your door, kissing at New Year, making a wish while blowing out birthday candles, number 13, number 666, opening an umbrella indoors, ownership of an item bringing luck, passing someone on the stairs, putting new shoes on the table, rabbit’s foot, saying bless you when someone sneezes, seeing a magpie, seeing a rainbow, seeing a shooting star, spilling salt, stepping on a crack, superstition, superstitious, touching wood, walking under a ladder, wishbones, YouGov

Collection Method: Online interview

Collection Agency: YouGov

Published Source:

  • https://yougov.co.uk

    BRIN ID: 4262


    Posted by: Clive D. Field

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