Actually, it does not.
The poll says:
72 per cent of respondents said they believed in a god, while 23 per cent said they did not believe in any god. Six per cent did not offer an opinion.
A quarter would be 25%.
Nice spin though. Very secular. Very atheistic. Not the least bit subtle about any bias with respect to religion. Down with those fundy Christians who make us feel bad about our sin and offer us the healing balm of God's grace.
Just what I expect from the G&M.
But, I'd like to point out that "god" (small "g" with good reason) refers to pretty much any benevolent spiritual being that may or may not be in control of the universe at any given time. The reality is that significantly fewer actually do believe in God.
If you have time, take a look at the lengthy discussion going on in the comments section. It's pretty much what one expects. Atheists a plenty, not an independent or unique thought among them. All Christian bashing. Multiple Flying Spaghetti Monster references.
Ten thousand years, and not much changes.
The fool says in his heart "there is no God." Psalm 14:1