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Share of adults agreeing that we depend too much on science and not enough on faith in the United Kingdom in 2013, by generation

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United Kingdom (UK): attitudes towards science and faith 2013 generation survey This 2013 survey investigated how the different generation members in the United Kingdom perceive the positions of science and faith in our mindsets today. The pre-war generation's respondents were the most convinced that we depend too much on science and not enough on faith. The younger generations showed lower rates of agreement though at least roughly a quarter of each group surveyed agreed with the notion.
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This 2013 survey investigated how the different generation members in the United Kingdom perceive the positions of science and faith in our mindsets today. The pre-war generation's respondents were the most convinced that we depend too much on science and not enough on faith. The younger generations showed lower rates of agreement though at least roughly a quarter of each group surveyed agreed with the notion.
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Release date
March 2014
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Ipsos
Region
United Kingdom
Survey time period
July 15 to November 18, 2013
Number of respondents
1,749 respondents
Age group
16 years and older
Method of interview
Computer-assisted personal interviews (CAPI)

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