Barna Lists the 12 Most Significant Religious Findings from 2006 Surveys
December 20, 2006
(Ventura, CA) – Even though George Barna has been conducting
national public opinion surveys for a quarter-century, surprises emerge
each year from those studies. The California-based researcher
traditionally ends each year by identifying some of the unexpected and
most significant findings of the passing year. Barna released his list
of the twelve most noteworthy results of 2006, and described a few
themes that ran through this year’s surveys.
Barna selected the following dozen outcomes as the most significant findings of 2006.
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