July 12, 2011

How the World Feels About Religion

Ipsos MORI, Ipsos MORI

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New research by Ipsos MORI highlights how much religion matters in the world. Around seven in ten people surveyed say they have a religion, and most see it as important in their lives. The survey reveals marked differences across the world, with 94% of those with a religion in primarily Muslim countries surveyed saying it is important in their lives compared to 66% in Christian majority countries.

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TAGGED: Jews, Christianity, Islam

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