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Taiwan

September 3, 2007
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 When I first saw this , I was very surprised. I continutly get surprised about how religious the American people are... It is just hard to believe sometimes because most of American people I know are not like that. However, I do realize that I am not religious, so my friends are less likely to be...

This chart depicts the public acceptance of evolution theory in 34 countries in 2005. Adults were asked to respond to the statement: "Human beings, as we know them, developed from earlier species of animals." The percentage of respondents who believed this to be true is marked in blue; those who believed it to be false, in red; and those who were not sure, in yellow.

A study of several such surveys taken since 1985 has found that the United States ranks next to last in acceptance of evolution theory among nations polled. Researchers point out that the number of Americans who are uncertain about the theory's validity has increased over the past 20 years.

 

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/bigphotos/21329204.html 

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02:29 PM Apr 27 2011

davies

davies
France

very interesting study

07:42 PM Dec 08 2007

Josh K

Josh K
Guatemala

Good, if u consider an ape, ok it's ur business.

09:13 PM Sep 07 2007

jefferi

jefferi
United States

quite interesting

i'm glad my ancestors are not apes!