Church-goers are less likely to shoplift, take drugs and download music illegally

Victoria Woollaston
January 14, 2014

People who regularly visit a place of worship are less likely to get involved in low level crime and delinquency, according to new research.

A survey from Manchester University found a direct correlation between higher visits to religious places and lower crime figures, especially in relation to shoplifting, drug use and music piracy.

Researchers believe this is because religion not only teaches people about ‘moral and behavioural norms’, but also spending time with like-minded people makes it less likely they’ll get mixed up with the ‘wrong crowd’.

This article was posted: Tuesday, January 14, 2014 at 12:49 pm

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