Most Americans Say God Exists; Fewer Are 'Absolutely Certain'

Though eight in ten Americans say they believe in God, only about three in five say they are "absolutely certain" God exists, a new poll shows.

A poll by Harris Interactive of over 2,000 adults found that 59 percent of Americans are "absolutely certain" and 15 percent are "somewhat certain" that there is a God.

Those over the age of 40, in the South, or who are female are most likely to be absolutely certain compared to 25- to 29-year-olds, those who live in the East and males.

Among Americans with religious affiliation, born again Christians (87 percent) and Protestants (76 percent) are most likely to express absolute certainty.

Read more: christianpost.com/article/20091218/most-americans-say-god-exists-fewer-are-absolutely-certain/index.html

Not surprised at all.
Look around our society.
After all, life IS all about ME, isn't it ???

In the PNW where I live, I'd say the numbers are much worse, about 1 in 10

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