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Relations between variables

Relations between faith and music-genre liking
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Now we begin actually comparing musical taste and background. This graph is similar to the former, but also
takes religion into account. There are not really any differences with Pop and Non-metal rock, but with metal
we see that people from Other religions like it less on average. Classical music received mostly positive or
neutral opinions with practically no difference between religions. Both Folk and Country were slightly more
enjoyed by Christians. Nothing to note about Hip-hop, but religious music was much more enjoyed by
Christians – I think this is because Christians might think of hymns, which are positively likeable in opinion.