Faith Survey is a website where the visitor may answer questions on a variety of topics relating to religious belief or unbelief.
Also included are the results of surveys held by such organisations as IPSOS/MORI.
Please answer the survey questions in an honest and responsible manner.
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This web site is part of the Christianity in View series of web sites, which examine in detail the Christian faith.
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Religion and Gender Survey: 41% pray once at least once a day against 28% who never do so.
General Belief Survey: 41% view Hell as being 'a place of eternal separation from God' against 31% who deny its existence.
Catholic Survey: 27% attend Mass every week or more, against 15% who rarely or never attend.
Protestant Survey: 20% believe 'Same sex couples should be given full marriage rights' against 49% who state 'There should be no legal recognition of same sex relationships'.
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Statistics from around the Web
Results of a 2014 Poll of over 12,000 Catholics reveals that 54% of Catholics in the U.S. and 64% in Spain support gay marriage, 98% of Congolese Catholics and 84% of Philippine Catholics oppose it.Source: Univision Survey 2014
Results from the UK Census 2011 for religious adherence show that:
Source: UK Census 2011
- 59.5% of persons in the UK self-identify as 'Christian' (71.6% in 2001).
2011 v 2001:
- England: 59.4% (71.7%)
- Wales: 57.6% (71.9%)
- Scotland: 53.8% (65.1%)
- N. Ireland 82.3% (85.8%)
- 36.7% of persons in Scotland (1.9 Million) self-identify as having no religion at all (the highest percentage in the UK).
A 2012 Survey found that 44% of Americans have "a great deal" or "quite a lot" of confidence in "the church or organized religion", down from 68% in 1976.Source: Gallup Survey 2012
A survey conducted in May 2012 by IPSOS MRBI on behalf of the Irish Times found that:
- 31% of Catholics attended Mass at least once a week, but 39% either never attended or occasionally attended Mass.
- 35% of Women attend Mass once a week or more against 27% of Men.
- 62% did not believe that during the Mass, the bread and wine are transformed into the actual body and blood of Christ against 26% who accepted the official Catholic teaching that it did so.
Sample size: ~ 1,000 adults of which 89% were Catholic and a margin of error of ±3%Source: Irish Times