A new poll has found that one in four people in the United Kingdom believe that Jesus Christ, American civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. and South African anti-apartheid revolutionary Nelson Mandela were “extreme.” The poll, which was conducted by ComRes for the U.K.-based Evangelical Alliance and a coalition of other organizations, interviewed

2,004 adults in Great Britain in July. According to ResCom, which is a member of the British Polling Council, the sample is weighted to be “demographically representative of all GB adults.” According to the data, 28 percent of respondents responded with a “yes” when asked if they considered Jesus to be “extreme.” Twenty-five percent said “yes” when asked if Mandela and King were “extreme.” READ MORE