Kids survey: God fearing, but confused about identity…

Usual caveats on this BBC Newsround children’s survey, especially this disaggregation of Northern Irish figures (based on just 100 kids). But the headline figures suggest that more kids believe in God in Northern Ireland, strangely they seem less than sure about their nationality:

Half of those interviewed in Northern Ireland said they did not know their nationality, however, 23% said they were British, 14% said they were Irish, whilst four said they were English.

H/T Parci.

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