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This finding was kind of surprising, considering Gene Roddenberry (the creator of ‘Star Trek’) was an active atheist and kept religion absent from the futuristic world he created.From a sample of about 100,000 active e Harmony users, about 5,000 users listed ‘Star Wars’ or ‘Star Trek’ as their favourite movie or TV show.Of this 5,000, 60 percent listed ‘Star Wars’ and 40 percent listed ‘Star Trek’ as their favourite. 3,347015 gdz_geometriia_7_klass_atanasian_rabochaia_tetrad_onlain, 3,349539 reshebnik_po_russkomu_3_klass_soloveichik, 3,348936 gdz_osnovi_zdorov39ia_5_klas_boichenko_2013, The ‘Star Wars’ saga, on the other hand, has a lot of philosophy and religious influence tied into the story.
Also, the recent Czech Republic census showed 15 thousand citizens claimed Knights of the Jedi as their religion. Adventurousness This was maybe the most surprising.
‘Star Trek’ fans were found to be less adventurous and energetic than ‘Star Wars’ fans.
This seems to go against the credo of either series. If you prefer the struggle between the Rebel Alliance and the Empire over the expeditions of the Federation, you are more likely to receive a message initiating communication from one of your matches on e Harmony.
‘Star Trek’ opens with the Enterprise’s mission statement: “to seek out new life and new civilizations, to boldly go where no man has gone before.” And ‘Star Wars’ fans seem to not be paying attention to the teachings of Yoda, who told Luke Skywalker in ‘The Empire Strikes Back’, “Adventure, excitement, a Jedi craves not these things.” Overall as a group, these fans were found to rate themselves significantly higher in intelligence and creativity than the general population. We found that male ‘Star Wars’ fans, on average, receive 14 percent more communication requests than male ‘Star Trek’ fans* (no differences were found between female fans).
So even though there may be differences between ‘Star Wars’ and ‘Star Trek’, the fans themselves are very similar and compatible.
Men were more likely to list either one as a favourite, with only 26 percent of ‘Star Wars’ fans and 31 percent of ‘Star Trek’ fans being women.