A survey of GB adults’ opinions on miracles
- Almost half of British adults say they do not believe that Jesus performed any miracles, and only one in ten say they believe they happened word for word as described in the Bible
- 37 per cent of people who say they attend religious services at least monthly say they believe the miracles of Jesus happened as described in the Bible, and half say they have prayed for a miracle, and prayer was answered in the way they hoped
Date Published: 30/09/2018
Categories: Faith | GB | Public and communities | Social
Client: BBC English Regions
ComRes interviewed 2,002 British adults over the telephone (CATI methodology) between 16th – 26th August 2018. Data are weighted to be demographically representative of all UK adults aged 18+. ComRes is a member of the British Polling Council and abides by its rules.