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BC Women think Jesus is just all right with me
  Feb 26, 2004

A random telephone survey throughout the Greater Vancouver Regional District, of 205 female respondents who have previously voted in the 2001 British Columbia provincial general election, and the 2000 general federal election. This survey was conducted between February 23 and 26, 2004. This survey has an effective margin of error of 2.0% to 3.25%, 17 times out of 20, @ 97% competency.

Question #1
In the New Testament, Jesus of Nazareth casts away the moneylenders, and preaches against the accumulation of wealth. Isn't it fair to say that Jesus today would be considered to be a 'kind of socialist'?
Yes    94 %
No    06 %
Question #2
According to the Bible, Jesus will return to us. When he does so, what in your opinion will be his assessment of The Catholic Church considering its massive accumulation of wealth since his death?
A. He will be disappointed with the Catholic Church    31 %
B. He will be pleased with the Catholic Church    58 %
Undecided    11 %
Question #3
In North America, we have people with millions of dollars and many more with no food or shelter. Considering the saying "you can't take it with you," should Canadians consider a one hundred per cent tax of all Estates in excess of five million dollars, with the proceeds to be distributed evenly amongst the poor and needy?
Yes-    94 %
No    06 %
Question #4
One of Jesus's main principles of living was to love your neighbour as you would love yourself. If heterosexual people love themselves enough to marry, wouldn't Jesus want us to permit homosexuals to be happy in marriage?
Yes    72 %
No    25 %
Undecided    03 %
Commentary
Initially this survey was designed for both men and women, however men were simply too resistant to the questions. Women however were not. Strategic callers were delighted at how responsive the women were to the questions, and how much thought they put into their answers. The toughest question for respondents related to the Catholic Church.

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