48% Evangelicals who listed violence, hatred, bigotry, intolerance, and lack of love for others negative contributions of the Christian population to American society.
25% Americans in general who listed such failings of the Christian population. Evangelicals were also the group least likely to say they couldn't think of negative contributions.
See figure here on pastors who identify themselves as Reformed or Wesleyan/Arminian.
42% Weekly churchgoers who say a marriage where the husband provides for the family and the wife takes care of the home and children is the more satisfying way of life.
25% Occasional churchgoers who say this.
Compared to your parents, is your relationship with your spouse/partner:
43% About the same
5% Less close
See our earlier Go Figure postings from December 2010, November 2010, October 2010, September 2010, August 2010, July 2010, June 2010, May 2010, April 2010, March 2010, February 2010, January 2010, December 2009, and earlier issues.1
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