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A new survey of 1,100 people across 10 nations found that the average person in the U.S. thinks that religion has a big influence on the world around us.

And when asked if religion has any influence on our lives, people in the United States overwhelmingly agreed.

People who identify as evangelical Protestants, for example, believe in the Bible, say the Bible is the only true and absolute source of truth and that God created man in his own image and purpose.

They also believe that religion is essential for the survival of the human race.

The United States is home to some of the world’s most religious nations, including Brazil, India, China, Indonesia, Russia, South Africa and Turkey.

The survey of more than 3,000 people in all 10 countries found that people in most of these nations also have positive views of religion, with the exception of China, which was viewed negatively.

The results of the survey are based on a random sample of 1-4,000 respondents in all countries.

In addition, a survey of the general population was conducted.

For the United Kingdom, people were asked about their religion, the importance of religion in their lives, and their belief in God.

People in the British Isles were more likely to identify with their religion than in the other countries, according to the study.

The survey also found that a plurality of Americans think religion has an influence on American life.

While a majority of Americans believe that there is a big role religion plays in the lives of most people in their own country, only about one in four Americans think there is an influence of religion on the lives and opinions of Americans.

People in the survey also were asked what they thought was the greatest problem facing the world today.

About half of Americans said that climate change, and the negative impact that it is having on our world, were the greatest problems facing our world today, while more than half thought the greatest issue facing the United Nations was terrorism and climate change.

Americans were asked how they would like the world to be when they die.

About one in five Americans (19%) said that they would want the world as it was before religion took over.

People were asked whether religion has influenced their lives in some way.

About a third of Americans (35%) said religion had influenced their life, while a quarter (26%) said they have never considered religion in the same way they have now.

More than one-in-five Americans (22%) said religious influences them in some form.