Religious People See Less Conflict Between Religion and Science

A newly released Pew Research Center survey on religion and science asked more than 2,000 respondents whether they believed that science and religion were in conflict. Those who subscribe to the idea that science and religion exist in tense, perpetual opposition are largely those without a religion themselves, the survey found. As Pew has found in past surveys, the majority of respondents said that religion and science did conflict: About 60 percent answered in the affirmative, a slight uptick from a survey last year.

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