Rawlyk's study is based on data from an Angus Reid poll on religious beliefs, attitudes, and practices in Canada -- the largest public opinion survey of its kind ever conducted -- as well as scores of interviews with randomly selected evangelicals. The empirical data reveal some surprising findings, among them that sixteen per cent of all adult Canadians are evangelicals. Rawlyk also draws on his earlier historical work to establish a real connection between early Canadian evangelicalism and evangelicalism today.
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