75.7% of people surveyed said they were more likely to sin after lunch than before lunch.
Do the use of stats make you more persuaded by someone’s view? I have been a fan of Jordan Peterson but when he uses statistics from psychological research, I feel underwhelmed. How valid was the research?
Are stats used much to defend Catholicism? Only 5% of Catholics surveyed read the Bible every day. Well I think it would be higher in my parish where there is a Bible reading ministry, for instance. I guess some stats are better than none? Can show a tendency so have some validity.