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Creation vs. evolution poll

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Whenever the public is questioned regarding specific beliefs in creation, evolution or intelligent design, and inclusion or exclusion of each in the classroom, the response has been overwhelmingly supportive of including the creationist or intelligent design position.

While public opinion is not on the level with scientific arguments either for or against principles of evolutionary theory, when discussing its role in the classroom, it is clear that evolutionists advocate minority rights overruling majority opinion.

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1990 Polls

1999

Americans Support Teaching Creationism as Well as Evolution in Public Schools Gallup August 30, 1999

2000 Polls

2000

Survey Finds Support Is Strong For Teaching 2 Origin Theories People for the American Way Foundation March 11, 2000

2001

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2003

2004

2005

Related: 73% of doctors surveyed think miracles still occur today

2006

2007

  • God’s Numbers The latest Newsweek poll shows that 91 percent of American adults surveyed believe in God—and nearly half reject the theory of evolution.

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