POLLS and SURVEYS on ACCEPTANCE of EVOLUTION and related topics

100 percent should accept evolution

GALLUP POLLS (click on links)

Gallup 2012: U.S. Confidence in Organized Religion at Low Point

Gallup 2012: In U.S., 46% Hold Creationist View of Human Origins

Gallup 2012: Four in 10 Americans are “very religious”

Gallup 2010: Four in 10 Americans Believe in Strict Creationism

Gallup 2010: Religion

Gallup 2010: Evolution, Creationism, Intelligent Design

Gallup 2009: On Darwin’s Birthday, Only 4 in 10 Believe in Evolution

Gallup 2008: Republicans, Democrats Differ on Creationism

Gallup 2007: Majority of Republicans Doubt Theory of Evolution

Gallup 2007: One-Third of Americans Believe the Bible Is Literally True

Gallup 2006: Almost Half of Americans Believe Humans Did Not Evolve

Gallup 2006: American Beliefs: Evolution vs. Bible’s Explanation of Human Origins

Gallup 2005: Most Americans Engaged in Debate About Evolution, Creation

Gallup 2005: Most Americans Tentative About Origin-of-Life Explanations

Gallup 2005: Darwin or Divine? Teens’ Views on Origin of Species

Gallup 2004: Third of Americans Say Evidence Has Supported Darwin’s Evolution Theory



PEW 2010: U.S. Religious Knowledge Survey

PEW 2009: Public Praises Science; Scientists Fault Public, Media

PEW 2005: Public Divided on Origins of Life


CANADA (click on links)

2011: EKOS

2011: EKOS attitudes toward science

2008: Origin of life


UNITED KINGDOM (click on link)

2009: Faith and Darwin: Harmony, Conflict, or Confusion?


23 COUNTRIES (click on link)

2011: Ipsos Global advisory: Supreme Being(s), the Afterlife and Evolution


EDUCATION (click on links)

2012: State of State Science Standards

2011: Education Pays: Bureau of Labor Statistics

2011: How America Pays for College

2001-2010: Science and Nature by Polling Reports