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Most and Least Religious on Science

According to the new Pew Research Center report, the share of the public saying science and religion are often in conflict is up modestly from 55% in 2009, but the parsed results are mixed.  People’s sense of conflict between religion and science has less to do with their own religious beliefs than it does with their perceptions of other people’s beliefs.  One-third of Americans polled in the new survey say their personal religious beliefs conflict with science, while fully two-thirds say there is no conflict between their own beliefs and science.

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