A full 98% of Americans who hold socialist beliefs reject a “biblical worldview” while a strong majority of those who subscribe to biblical beliefs support conservative policies, according to data released by a research group headed by noted evangelical pollster George Barna.
The Cultural Research Center at Arizona Christian University released new findings from their American Worldview Inventory 2020 on Aug. 19.
Data for the report drew from an annual survey of 2,000 U.S. adults performed in January, with an approximate margin of error of plus or minus 2 percentage points.
Among the findings, the inventory noted that 98% of respondents who said they “prefer socialism over capitalism” did not subscribe to a biblical worldview.
By contrast, 83% of those who hold a biblical worldview responded that they preferred “capitalism over socialism.”
Meanwhile, respondents who said they hold a biblical worldview are more likely to be “consistently conservative,” with 91% supporting socially conservative policies and 89% opposing abortion based on “clear biblical teaching.”
Also, 83% of those who hold a biblical worldview say they support a “limited view of the size and scope of government.”
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SOURCE: Christian Post, Michael Gryboski