Monday, February 19, 2007

Evolution vs. Creationism. Inchiesta americana sulle nuove generazioni

Confortante ricerca del Pew Research Center For The People & The Press, Washington, D.C. sulle nuove generazioni (18-25 anni) interrogati sull’evoluzione.

A pag 23 del saggio, dove potete trovare anche altre interessanti informazioni sui comportamenti, sulle aspettative di vita, ecc…..di questa fetta importante della popolazione, riporto il commento:
Gen Next Rejects Creationism
There is a clear generational divide on the issue of evolution. Nearly two-thirds of Nexters (63%) believe humans and other living things evolved over time, while only 33% say all living creatures have existed in their present form since the beginning of time. Gen Xers share a similar perspective, though they are slightly more open to the idea of creationism. Here the generational divide is among those under age 40 and those over age 40. Baby Boomers and Seniors are more closely divided over how the world came to be.
How Young People View Their Lives, Futures and Politics
A PORTRAIT OF “GENERATION NEXT” A Survey Conducted in Association with:
The Generation Next Initiative and Documentary produced by MacNeil/Lehrer Productions
Andrew Kohut, DirectorKim Parker, Senior Researcher
Scott Keeter, Director of Survey Research
Carroll Doherty, Associate Director
Michael Dimock, Associate DirectorPew Research Center For The People & The Press
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