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An online survey has suggested that most people believe in good and evil.
Apparently unswayed by moral relativism, 76 per cent of British people still believe in the concepts of empirical good and evil.
The unweighted survey by YouGov Daily found that 14 per cent do not believe in good and evil, presumably arguing that all morals are culturally generated.
Eight per cent were not sure, and three per cent did not know.
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