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Johanna wrote:I started on the Swedish version and the first question is like WTF!? It's about what percentage of the population are Christian, and it's definitely not as many as either of the three choices you get, not if you ask them if they believe in the Father, the Son and the Holy spirit, and if Jesus is the road to salvation, which is kind of a minimum in my book.
Edit: But sure, there are a lot that identify as Christian out of plain old habit, but non-religious ones or something.
Car wrote: Another question was about the percentage of immigrants. The answer depends on what you mean with immigrants here. I think that's the reason why people overestimate it: They don't include people born abroad only.
Marah wrote:Car wrote: Another question was about the percentage of immigrants. The answer depends on what you mean with immigrants here. I think that's the reason why people overestimate it: They don't include people born abroad only.
That's also true. But I knew they meant the very strict definition of immigrant.
Prowler wrote:...why are the same countries always grouped together when it comes to scores for each country? Weird.
Itikar wrote:The management of ISTAT is deeply involved with government officials. Regardless, they are all lying, since the unemployment figure controversy is very well known by everyone. Even reading the figures they give one can easily understand that the real value is, at least, double.
In my search the only articles giving figures lower than 20% had been published in 2012.IpseDixit wrote:Some articles say it's 17%, but anyways that wasn't my point, I was just a bit baffled by "the government is lying" part, not that I like this gov't (quite the contrary) and not that I think they wouldn't be able to lie, but in this case, as I said, it's just a matter of definition of unemployment (a definition which was not decided by any Italian gov'ts and which is actually adopted worldwide).
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