A new poll on the subject of religion has been conducted around the world, with interesting results. Although the poll was not voted on by people from Africa and Oceania, responders from Europe, North America and South America did take part in the poll.
The European respondents who voted in the poll split 60% for YES and 40% for NO. Meanwhile, the Asian respondents voted unanimously YES at 100%.
Taken as a whole, the responses from the 14 voters from around the world indicates a strong belief in god, with a total result of 85.7% YES and 14.3% NO.
Those who voted YES cited various reasons that they believe in god, including faith, religious dogma, and a belief in the existence of an unseen higher power. Those who voted NO cited the belief that science can explain the mysteries of the universe, or said that they found religion to be irrelevant in their lives.
The results of the poll show that belief in god remains strong around the world, despite the fact that many people have differing opinions and approaches to spirituality.