An online survey of 4,087 British adults about attitudes towards religious people.
• Almost half of British adults (46%) agree that they feel comfortable discussing their religious beliefs with people at work.
• Two in five British adults (39%) agree that when they meet somebody new, they assume that they have no religious beliefs unless they tell them otherwise.
• 44% of British adults agree that they have had a positive experience of Christians and Christianity, and only 15% disagree.
• 18-24 year olds are more likely than any other age group to agree that they have had a positive experience of Christians and Christianity (51% 18-24 vs. 41% 25-34, 45% 35-44, 38% 45-54, 39% 55-64, 49% 65+).
Date Published: 12/07/2018
Categories: Faith | GB
Client: Home for Good / Hodder Faith
ComRes interviewed 4,087 British adults online in two waves between 2nd – 6th March 2018. Data were weighted to be demographically representative of all British adults aged 18+ by age, gender, region, and socio-economic grade.