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Wednesday, January 2, 2008

Public Opinion

A national survey shows that Americans are more interested in hearing about evolution from scientists, science teachers, and clergy than from judges, celebrities, or school board members. The survey, which also reveals that respondents favor teaching evolution over creationism or "intelligent design," is the basis for an article that calls for a greater promotion of evolution education, authored by a coalition of 17 scientific societies and appearing in the current issue of The FASEB Journal. —Heather Wax