A leading figure in the local church community has described as “hardly surprising” the findings of a Gleaner-commissioned jobs-to-be-done survey, conducted by pollster Bill Johnson, which has indicated that the vast majority of Jamaicans consider themselves to be, at worst, mildly religious.
Johnson found that overall, 45 per cent of Jamaicans consider themselves to be deeply religious and another 38 per cent somewhat religious, bringing the total number of religious persons to 83 per cent.


Are most Jamaicans really ‪#‎GodFearing‬ or are some persons ‪#‎OneDayBelievers‬ just answering a survey?

Story from the Jamaica Gleaner.

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