The Angus Reid Institute recently did a fairly comprehensive survey about religious beliefs and attitudes in Canada. Most of the results about the numbers of beliefs and the growth of non-belief won’t surprise regular readers here. But there were some interesting findings.
Guest post by Sebastian Thaci Somebody recently pointed me to this “comprehensive and in-depth new public opinion poll” on religion in Canada conducted by the Angus Reid Institute: I have read all the study carefully, and I have to reject its results based on the selection bias and conceptual ambiguity. The … Continue reading