Viewers of the BBC believe the British broadcaster treats Christianity unfairly compared to other religions, the company’s own research found.

According to the survey conducted by the BBC, viewers say that the corporation has a politically “left-wing” or “liberal bias” and that more minority religions are better represented than Christianity.

“In terms of religion, there were many who perceived the BBC to be anti-Christian and as such misrepresenting Christianity,” the BBC report states.

The report, based on a poll of 4,500 people and including BBC staff, is part of the broadcaster’s “Diversity Strategy,” a service to meet BBC’s responsibility to both the Royal Charter and the Equality Act 2010.

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