A CHRISTIAN advertising campaign has proved an Almighty failure after its own survey declared: “God doesn’t exist.”
The multi-million pound drive for The Alpha Course posed the question “Does God Exist?”.
It urged people to consider the evidence before going online to choose “Yes”, “No” or “Probably”.
More than 88,000 responded to the posters and adverts.
But embarrassingly the poll on the Christian website backfired with a massive 96 PER CENT insisting there was no God - and only three per cent saying they did believe.
One per cent were unsure about God.
A graph on the group’s website highlights the result - next to an ad by TV adventurer Bear Grylls plugging the Christian courses.
The nationwide campaign started in September - inspired by a Humanist Society advert last year that declared there was “probably no God”.
Alpha chiefs last night blamed a web sting for the response.
Spokesman Mark Elsdon-Dew added: “I don’t think this is indicative of people’s faith in this country.”
But the Humanist Society said the poll had backfired.