Current issue

March 2024

  • Easter reflection from the Moderator
  • The gifts and challenges of motherhood
  • Cathedral anniversaries


Home  >  News  >  Poll Seeks Christian Opinion on Politics in Scotland


The Scottish Parliament. Picture by Andrew Gainer
The Scottish Parliament. Picture by Andrew Gainer

Poll Seeks Christian Opinion on Politics in Scotland

Tuesday January 30 2024

A Scottish thinktank has launched a major new opinion poll hoping to hear Christians’ thoughts on politics, government, policy, civic engagement and faith.

Logos Scotland’s poll, launched yesterday, is aimed at discovering how Christians experience politics and society in Scotland, any experience of discrimination and prejudice and whether they feel listened to by the Scottish Government.

Shona Haslam, Chief Executive of Logos Scotland, said: "This is a vitally important survey to find out how Christians are feeling in modern day Scotland. We have seen over the past couple of years many Christians in the public eye being asked about their faith, and we are interested to know how people are feeling about their place in society and how confident they are in speaking up.

"The results of this survey will give us a really clear indication of how Christians feel about Scotland today and we would love it if as many people as possible could take part."

The results of the poll will be published in the summer. You can access it here.

Life and Work is the magazine of the Church of Scotland. Subscribe here.



There are currently no comments on this post

Add a reply

All fields are required. Email address will not be published.