Thirty-Seven Percent Say It’s Very Likely There’s Life Elsewhere in the Galaxy
by Scott Rasmussen December 31, 2018 (scottrasmussen.com)
• According to a national survey of over a thousand Americans conducted December 25-26 by a ScottRasmussen.com and HarrisX polling, 37% of Americans say it’s ‘very likely’ there’s life somewhere else in the galaxy. 22% believe it’s ‘very likely’ that lifeforms from other planets have visited the Earth in the past. And 11% believe that people from other planets are living on Earth today.
• More men (45%) than women (29%) believe extraterrestrial life is very likely. Younger Americans are more likely than their elders to believe there is life elsewhere in the galaxy. Among adults under 35, 41% believe that it is ‘very likely’. There are few differences to be found along the lines of income and education, however.
• [Editor’s Note] Eleven percent of the population believe that we currently share our planet with extraterrestrials? That is significant and shows that we are awakening to our true reality, thank goodness.
Thirty-seven percent (37%) of Americans say it’s Very Likely there is life elsewhere in the galaxy. A ScottRasmussen.com national survey found that 22% believe it’s Very Likely aliens have visited Earth at some point in the past. Eleven percent (11%) are that confident beings from another planet are here on Earth today.
More men (45%) than women (29%) believe extraterrestrial life is very likely. Younger Americans are more likely than their elders to believe there is life elsewhere in the galaxy. Among adults under 35, 41% believe that it is Very Likely. There are few differences to be found along the lines of income and education (see crosstab results).
The focus on alien life took a step forward in recent months with news that Russian billionaire Yuri Milner and his Breakthrough Starshot Foundation had made a partnership deal with NASA. And at least one NASA scientist says it’s possible aliens have visited the Earth at some point.
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