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Category Archives: Polls and Surveys

Bible Gateway March Mania Brackets

If you’re a fan of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament, you know what March Madness is all about. In single-elimination tournament games, 68 college basketball teams compete to determine the national champion and people across America follow along with their own March Madness brackets. This year has been especially […]

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Take this Survey About the NIV Bible Translation

Zondervan is conducting a survey to hear your opinions about the New International Version (NIV) Bible translation. The survey should take you 10-12 minutes. Plenty of space is allowed for you to tell Zondervan, in your own words, your thoughts and opinions about the NIV. All responses are anonymous and confidential. Upon completion of the […]

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Survey: What Are Your Bible Reading Resolutions for 2016?

Are you making any Bible reading resolutions for the New Year? Share in the survey below to share your Bible reading plans for 2016. If you want to read the Bible more in 2016 but aren’t sure where to start, our New Year’s Bible reading resources can help.

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Bible News Roundup – Week of December 27, 2015

Read this week’s Bible Gateway Weekly Brief newsletter ⇨ Bible Gateway Weekly Brief ⇨ Newsletter signup ▼ Support Bible Gateway—Browse the Bible Gateway Store ⇨ BibleGatewayStore.com ▼ The Top 10 Bible Verses of 2015 And More: Bible Gateway’s Year in Review Is Here ⇨ Bible Gateway Blog ⇨ Christianity Today: Bible on Demand—What 160 Million […]

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Do You Need A Reminder to Include the Bible in Thanksgiving?

Our recent blog survey asked the question, “How do you integrate the Bible into your Thanksgiving Day family celebration?” Only 237 votes were cast, however, 30% selected the answer, “We haven’t included the Bible, but we will now.” The other answers and their corresponding votes were: We don’t include the Bible (22%) We read Psalm […]

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Poll: Bible Gateway Users Split on NT/OT Books As Favorite

More than 2,800 Bible Gateway Blog readers responded to our latest survey, telling us their favorite book of the Bible (from a prepared list of four New Testament (NT) books and four Old Testament (OT) books). Answering the question, “Of the books of the Bible listed, which one is your favorite?,” the following list developed: […]

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Poll: People Don’t Bring a Print Bible on Summer Vacation

Since the beginning of the summer (in the Northern Hemisphere), we’ve been asking Bible Gateway Blog readers to answer the question: “When do you read your Bible while on family vacation?” Surprisingly, the most selected answer (27%) by the more than 1,600 people responding is: “I don’t pack a Bible.” This might mean that they […]

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Poll: Bible Gateway Users Are Reading Genesis to Revelation in 2015

The number one response of Bible Gateway users responding to an online survey is that their goal in 2015 is to read through the Bible from beginning to end. [See our blogpost, Read the Bible at Your Own Pace with Bible Gateway’s New, Improved Bible Reading Plans] We asked Bible Gateway Blog readers to answer […]

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Using a Print Bible is How Most People Follow Publicly Read Scripture

The majority of Bible Gateway users responding to an online survey say they read their print Bibles when Scripture is read aloud in church. We asked Bible Gateway Blog readers to complete this sentence: “When Scripture is read publicly in worship service, I….” More than 6,000 of you voted. Of that number, 48% chose the […]

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Most People Prefer to Memorize Scripture Without “Thee” and “Thou”

The majority of Bible Gateway users responding to an online survey say they use modern English Bible translations to devote Scripture verses to memory. We asked blog readers “What English Bible translation do you primarily use to memorize Scripture?” More than 2,000 of you responded. Of that number, 63% chose Bible versions other than the […]

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