A study published in Sociology of Religion, by Neil Gross and Solon Simmons, reports that despite the secular status of most institutions of higher education, nearly 75% of professors report some belief in God or a "higher power." Only 10% of professors are atheists, and another 13 percent are agnostic. These findings suggest that while college professors are more inclined to disbelief (as measured by "theism") they actually compare more closely to the general population than to the usual stereotype of the modern liberal elite in academia.
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