Okay, some follow up. I had to go question by question to tabulate the responses as Survey Monkey doesn’t let you filter responses on a free account.
Out of 100 people, 18 people self-identified as a Christian. 11 of them had read the Bible in its entirety, giving us an approximate “Yes” percentage of 61%.
Now here’s the funny part:
A slightly larger percentage of non-Christians who took this survey had read the Bible in its entirety. However, if you take a look at the bar chart from yesterday’s post, you’ll notice a lot more people claimed to be non-Christian than Christian. I am not a statistician, and the survey population was only 100 people, but I am wondering how statistically significant that 5% would be considered. I am genuinely surprised at how close the responses are.