Opinion polls

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The headlines that pronounced, by implication, that atheists are better informed by believers, were wrong. The difference in the results are skewed and fall well within the margin of error for the kind of poll that was conducted. "The press leaped on the atheists versus believers headlines without critically examining the numbers. The Pew study revealed less about our faith in God than it did about our faith in polls--which, far too often, is blind."