Apparently most people (54%) in the world don’t. That’s if you believe the results coming out of the online poll at YesNoGod.com.
Yes, I know. Polls are inherently unreliable and on-line polls even more so.
Still the results are interesting. Partly because they are listed country by country. And the numbers voting are also given for each country.
When I voted the results for New Zealand showed 69% answering No. The No result for North America was 57% and, interestingly, for Vatican City 50%. Only 2 people from Vatican City had voted – but even so!
I’m sure the figures are going to fluctuate widely as groups organise to crash the poll. The results don’t mean much but I will check back from time to time.
Too much faith in our census
Non religious in Australia and New Zealand
Religious diversity includes “non-believers”
Trends in religious belief in New Zealand
New Zealand supports evolution
God’s not as popular as we thought