Guardian Poll Alert: Is it OK for prime ministers to ‘do God’ in public?

I was rather intrigued to note last week a new Pew Forum report indicating that 38% of Americans feel there has been too much expression of religious faith and prayer from political leaders.

I wondered at the time what the UK figure would be, especially given the fact that our politicians rarely ‘do God’.

Anyway, following David Cameron’s ‘Easter Message‘ the Guardian is running a poll based on this question:

Is it OK for prime ministers to ‘do God’ in public?

The votes stand currently at:

Yes = 31.9%

No = 68.1%

Why not hop over and cast you vote.

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2 Responses to “Guardian Poll Alert: Is it OK for prime ministers to ‘do God’ in public?”

  1. Jill Says:

    I see that the result has changed somewhat since the poll has been given a wider audience than readers of The Guardian:

    Yes 61.2%
    No 38.8%

  2. Samantha Brick Says:

    It’s because I’m so beautiful that the poll results changed Jill.

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