28% of US voters believe in a ‘New World Order’ – Infographic

A short post today to bring you a great info-graphic detailing the poll results from the recent Public Policy Polling data. Click to enlarge for the best view!

The United States of Conspiracy

The United States of Conspiracy

About Christopher Thresher-Andrews

Christopher is a PhD Researcher and Associate Lecturer for the Anomalistic Psychology Research Unit at Goldsmiths, University of London, studying conspiracy belief and persecutory delusions. The aim of his research is to explore possible psychopathological links to conspiracy belief, and also to place conspiracy theories into a wider political and social context. He is ThresherX on Twitter.
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5 Responses to 28% of US voters believe in a ‘New World Order’ – Infographic

  1. This is eye-opening. I think gullibility is the theme that connects these beliefs. I think it’s important to remember, however, that every action conducted by a group of individuals for personal gain is, by definition, a “conspiracy”. Hence, we should consider all of these theories for any legitimate evidence they might contain. While it’s obvious that most of the theories cited above have been thoroughly refuted (e.g. sun revolving around earth), there are some unpopular theories that have a substantial basis in fact. For example, regarding 9/11:


    Beyond that, there are a wide variety of peer-reviewed scientific studies to demonstrate the danger of fluoride. Here is a recent one pertaining to neurotoxicity in children:


    I think it’s important to keep an open mind. There’s a lot of nonsense out there but we shouldn’t let that drown out the facts on topics as important as these.

  2. Who are these people!?!? Why don’t I often meet any of them??? I don’t deny that this infographic is true, it’s just so strange that I almost never encounter the 1 in 5 Americans who believe that the Sun revolves around the Earth.

  3. Summit10 says:

    fluoride does have its purpose indeed…

  4. hybridrogue1 says:

    I have this book sitting in front of me on the desk here:


    It is published jointly by The American Assembly and The Council on Foreign Relations
    Edited by Graham Allison and Gregory F Treverton
    W.W.Norton Co – NY – London * First Edition, 1992


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