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The Boston Globe
From The Boston Globe, June 2, 1990 "Few follow their beliefs, polls say"
"Survey research has disclosed gaps between what Americans say they believe and what they really live, according to pollster George Gallup Jr.
"He said that while most Americans tell pollsters that they believe in God and Jesus and trust the Bible, they are in fact often ignorant of the doctrines and history of their chosen faiths.
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