A recent study by Gallup Global Reports suggests that there is a connection between religion and poverty – the more religious a nation’s citizens view themselves the poorer they tend to be:
7 out of the 10 nations mentioned above are Muslim (the exceptions are Malawi, Sri Lanka, and Burundi). Below is a chart from the New York Times charting the findings of the Gallup Global Report:
What are your thoughts about the above findings? When it comes to economic prosperity, do Muslim nations fare the worst?
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