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In U.S., Belief in Creationist View of Humans at New Low
While most Americans believe God was involved in the creation of humans, fewer than four in 10 (38%) hold a strict creationist view, the lowest level in 35 years.
In U.S., 42% Believe Creationist View of Human Origins
The proportion of the U.S. population believing in a creationist view of human origins, now at 42%, has wavered little over the past 32 years. The percentage saying God was not involved in human origins is rising.
Strengths-Based Cultures Are Vital to the Future of Work
Learn why strengths-based cultures are critical as businesses around the world adopt more flexible, internally fluid organizational structures.
In U.S., 46% Hold Creationist View of Human Origins
The 46% of Americans who today believe that God created humans in their present form is essentially the same as it has been over the past 30 years. Highly religious Americans and Republicans are most likely to hold this view.
On Darwin’s Birthday, Only 4 in 10 Believe in Evolution
On the eve of the 200th anniversary of Charles Darwin’s birth, new Gallup polling shows that only 39% of Americans say they “believe in the theory of evolution,” while a quarter say they do not believe in the theory, and another 36% don’t have ...
Four in 10 Americans Believe in Strict Creationism
Four in 10 Americans, slightly fewer today than in years past, believe God created humans as is about 10,000 years ago. A similar number (38%) believe God guided the development of humans from less advanced life forms over millions of years, ...
What Millennials Want From Work and Life
A new Gallup report finds four themes collectively describe millennials: unattached, connected, unconstrained and idealistic.
3 Ways Beyond NPS to Fully Understand B2B Relationships
Mix quantitative and qualitative feedback from different stakeholders to fully understand your B2B customer relationships.
Struggle for Banks: Migrating Customers to Digital
Financial leaders need to find digital-ready customers and then increase their adoption of digital channels.
Trends in the State of Computer Science in U.S. K-12 Schools
40% of K-12 schools have no computer science class