This report at LSJ.com shows how, based on a sociology study on the faith of scientists.  1/3 reported that "they did not believe in God," but the papers reported that "2/3 DO believe in God" – which turns out to be false if you look more closely at the data – at best, only 1/3 believe in God if you examine the data closely.

This is why I almost never believe the MSM on scientific findings, because partisan politics always spins scientific reports.  And the MSM is not the primary report, it is someone else’s interpretation.  I mean, even the primary article may contain falsified data, as my previous post, Why I Trust Science in Principle, But not in Practice, discussed.