41% Protestant pastors who strongly disagree that global warming is real and manmade.
27% Protestant pastors who said this in 2008. The "strongly agree" numbers have stayed relatively stable, at about 1 in 4.
200 black residents in a low-income area of Chicago were surveyed on their religion and given blood pressure tests.
35% of those who said religion carried over to all parts of their lives had high blood pressure.
19.6% of those who said religion didn't carry over had high blood pressure. The researchers had expected blood pressure to be lower in the more religious group.
62% Americans who own a King James Version Bible. (89% own at least one translation.)
82% Americans who read the Bible at least once a month who own a KJV.
39.1% Sociologists who say they would be "less likely to hire" a candidate for an academic appointment if they knew he or she was an evangelical Christian.
See our earlier Go Figure postings from May 2011, April 2011, February 2011, January 2011, 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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