A UK poll on religious freedom and association

first_imgA bakery run by Christians that won’t bake a gay marriage cake 16%A printing company run by Catholics that won’t produce pro-abortion adverts 15%A t-shirt company run by lesbians that won’t print anti gay marriage t-shirts 13%A bakery run by Christians which won’t make a Satanic cake 11%A Muslim printer who refuses to print cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed 11%An atheist web designer who won’t design a creationist website 10%An environmentalist marketing consultant who won’t work for a fracking company 9%A Muslim film company than won’t make a pornographic film 7%http://www.kiwiblog.co.nz/2016/12/a_uk_poll_on_religious_freedom_and_association.htmlhttp://freetobelieve.com/ Hat-tip Kiwiblog (who we actually alerted the survey to ) 1 December 2016This UK poll gave respondents eight scenarios and asked for each of them whether they should be considered grounds for taking someone to court. In all of them only a small minority thought someone should be forced to act against their beliefs – even if t means denying someone goods or services.In order of support for taking them to court, the scenarios are:last_img

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