That's my emphasis. Am guessing Angus Reid doesn't want to rule out humans having originated and/or developed elsewhere in the universe.
To the results!
68% of Britons and 61% of Canadians believe human beings evolved from less advanced life forms over millions of years.
47% of Americans believe God created human beings in their present form within the last 10,000 years in tune with creationism.
Now go to page four and you'll see the regional breakdown for Canada:
|Human beings evolved from|
less advanced life forms
over millions of years
|God created human beings|
in their present form
within the last 10,000 years
The rest are 'Not sure'.
Summary: If one applies critical thinking to the question of human origins, one tends LESS to vote Conservative. Alternatively, if one REFUSES to apply critical thinking to that and other questions, and instead blindly accepts the 'teachings' of certain authority figures - e.g., priests, politicians, FOX-style media -, one tends MORE to vote Conservative.
Rather than religion being the opiate of the masses, it's more a dumb-downing, anti-education tool of certain frequently as stupid, power mad, self-promoters among the elite.
ETA: Here's an example of such a self-promoter. Rona Ambrose supports, through her actions, inclusion of religious-based practices and language that have no place in Canada's criminal code.
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