Problem with evolution surveys

Good article about surveys concerning public acceptance of evolution. It’s more complicated than the numbers indicate.

By my calculation, that means only 22 percent reject evolution outright. That’s significantly different than the newspaper’s headline. It’s also quite different from frequently cited surveys in the United States that apparently have found more than half the population doesn’t believe in evolution. Those surveys are typically flawed, too, however, or their results are discussed way out of context.

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One Response to Problem with evolution surveys

  1. Green Earth says:

    That is a great article

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