This is the most common view among non-Christians and those with no religion, as well as the majority of Christians
A quarter of Britons say they believe in ‘a god’. Four in ten neither believe in ‘a god’ nor in a ‘higher power’
Three in ten people in Britain say that the Biblical portrayal of Christmas is accurate. Just over a quarter of Britons believe that Jesus was ‘the son of God’
Most Britons celebrate Christmas and Easter as secular rather than religious events, with many combining the two aspects
The generations are divided on which holiday is more important in the Christian calendar
A new YouGov study investigates opinions and attitudes of the UK public about Christianity and religion, with a focus on the perceptions and practices regarding two major holidays – Christmas and Easter
A new survey in 14 countries and regions looks at the impact of COVID-19 on people’s relationships, faith and mental health
We use YouGov Profiles to compare the two groups
Nearly half of Britons believe that the average “life sentence” equates to just 15 years in prison
Britons and healthcare workers agree that terminally ill patients should be able to end their life on their own terms - without fear of friends and relatives facing prison.
Just four in ten Britons regard themselves as Christian, but their views on what makes a ‘good’ Christian match up perfectly with what Christians think
Shamima Begum, one of three London schoolgirls who ran away to join Islamic State fighters in Syria in 2015 now wants to return to Britain.
If you were suffering a terminal illness, with only a limited time left to live, and with the certain prospect of your suffering cruelly increasing before your death finally releases you, should you be able to seek help...
A third of Brits think funerals should be a solemn occasion - but four in ten are in favour of them being a joyous affair
YouGov research supports an historic interfaith meeting between His Holiness Pope Francis and the Grand Imam of Al Azhar in Abu Dhabi
Female Christians are more likely to believe God is male than Christian men are
YouGov Profiles reveals the key differences between Brits who consider themselves “ordinary” and those who do not
The curse of the so-called unsinkable ship would hang over a modern-day vessel with the same name
The youngest Brits are the most keen to be kept on life support
British Christians split on whether four of the ten commandments are still important principles to live by