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Old 10-06-2012, 03:04 PM #1
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Arrow RELIGIOUS IMPORTANCE of Nations = SUCCESS OR FAILURE of Nations?

Ive always held a long personal belief that the more religious the country is the less economically successful they are. It was just a personal generalization i never bothered to look up with statistics until now:



Importance of Religion by Country:

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Top 47 1st World Developed Countries:

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List of Countries by Average Wage:


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List of Developing Countires:

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It seems like my theory is supported. If you look at those links showing religious importance, almost all countries who are the LEAST RELIGIOUS are some of the most economically successful, developed, first world countries in the world while those that are the MOST RELIGIOUS are poor, third world, developing countries.


Coincidence much?
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