- MORI On-Line interviewed a representative quota sample of 608 adults, aged 18+, across Great Britain.
- Interviews were conducted by telephone on 16 December 1999.
- Results are based on all unless otherwise stated.
- Data are weighted to the profile of the population.
- An '*' indicates a finding of less than one half of one per cent, but greater than zero
I would like to ask you some questions about the Millennium.
Q1 How significant, if at all, is the religious aspect of the Millennium to you?
|Not very significant||24|
|Not at all significant||38|
Q2 To what extent do you agree or disagree that the Millennium Dome is an appropriate symbol of Britain today?
|Tend to agree||13|
|Neither agree nor disagree||15|
|Tend to disagree||19|
Q3 Looking into the future, would you say you were optimistic or pessimistic about what the next century holds for ...
|... you personally||68||21||11|
|... your children and grandchildren||59||27||14|
Now I would like to ask you some questions about faith and religion.
Q4 Which, if any, of the things I am going to read out do you believe in?
|The Ten Commandments||68||27||5|
|That Jesus was the son of God||60||29||11|
|That Christ rose from the dead||52||36||12|
Q5 How often do you attend religious services, such as in a church, apart from for weddings, christenings and funerals, these days?
|At least once a week||14|
|Less than once a week to once a fortnight||1|
|Less than once a fortnight to once a month||8|
|Less than once a month to once every six months||9|
|Less than once every six months to once a year||12|
|Less than once a year||11|
Q6 What is your religion, if any? (If Christian) What denomination are you?
|Church of England||46|
|Church of Scotland||5|
|Church in Wales||1|
|Free church/Non-conformist (Methodist, Baptist, etc.)||7|