40% of General Public Expects Bias Against Christians on Increase in the Next Five Years

This figure rose to almost 40%, on average, across all four areas when asked if they expected marginalisation to increase in the next five years. The research also reveals there is a gap in the perception and the reality of Christian marginalisation in the UK. Though both Christians and the general public agree it is on the increase, Christians are significantly more likely to think this is the case. Source: ComRes Online field survey 21-23 May 2010- General public poll Published in: Report on the Marginalisation of Christianity in British Public Life 2007-2011, Premier Christian Media Full report online on Premier's website...   Download report