Survey II

February - 2019

This survey is currently closed.

Response Summary

Total Started Survey:
Total Completed Survey:



(Due to a database issue this survey was cut short)


Q1 Are you a member of a Armstrong Churches of God?

Yes 80%  No 20%

If so, which one?

50% UCG

10% COGI


5% Church of God Eternal

25% former members or said no, they are not active members within any group and/or refused to answer



Q2 Politically, are you liberal or conservative?

80% conservative

20% Neither/moderate/liberal


Q3 If you vote, why do you vote?  If you don't vote, why not?

90% do vote for the betterment of society

5% outright refused to answer

5% stated they have no confidence in the vote or refused to answer yes or no



Q4 If you do vote, does your church group know that you vote? If not applicable, enter "NA

30% said yes

40% said no

30% answered NA


Q5 Whether you vote or not, consider the following that is NOT taught in the ACOG's:

1. Voting has biblical precedence. For example Acts 14:23 describes that the early Christians elected elders by voting.

2. Voting is a simple yet significant way a person can do something about politics in our nation. 'All that is required for evil to prevail is for good men to do nothing', Edmund Burke. Psalms 34:14: Turn from evil and do good; seek peace and pursue it.

3. Voting is an opportunity to promote, protect, and preserve your freedoms.

Do you agree with any of the three points listed above?

80% yes

10% no

10% refuse to answer


Q6 The Bible shows believers as holding important posts in pagan governments — think of Joseph and Daniel in the Old Testament. In your view, is it acceptable for a Christian to run for political office?

80% yes

10% no

10% refuse to answer



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