Silly article on Australian belief in the paranormal

I’d call this poll biased promotion.

It seems half of Australia believes in the supernatural.

Last month the Syfy Supernatural Study was commissioned to celebrate the launch of the new channel, in conjunction with the world premiere of Haunting: Australia, and the results were spooky.

Almost nine out of 10 Australians (88 per cent) surveyed believe that paranormal phenomenon may well exist.

According to this poll: 50 per cent believe in ghosts, 42 per cent in UFOs and aliens, 41 per cent in premonitions and 36 per cent in communicating with the dead and angels. The article then follows with an interview with a psychic and pathetic use of the term “skeptic”.

This is a real piece of garbage. The survey was taken for a TV channel that promotes the paranormal, it’s nonscientific. So, it’s useless. Go on with life and stop believing anything you see on TV regarding the paranormal is “real”. It’s not.

  2 comments for “Silly article on Australian belief in the paranormal

  1. vsquare
    February 14, 2014 at 4:10 PM

    I can’t speak for ALL Australians, but I can say that a good 90% of the people I’ve ever known in my life are very open minded to a lot of that- it’s ALWAYS a great topic of conversation- nearly everyone here has a story about SOMETHING paranormal :)

    • Halidom
      February 26, 2014 at 12:42 AM

      I agree that 99% of the people I know are familiar with these subjects but all are totally skeptical. It’s like green Martians, fun but just a joke. Skeptical is a rather weak word to describe their feelings.

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