We’re more likely to believe in the supernatural than God?: Number of people who think they have a sixth sense is higher than those who regularly attend church

Britons are more likely to have faith in the supernatural than in God, a survey has found.It showed more than half give credence to the supernatural and superstition – compared with just 49 per cent who believe in God.

Market researchers One Poll asked 2,000 adults a series of questions about their beliefs and weighted the results to make them reflect the population as a whole, reports The Daily Mail

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