WHAT IS SCIENTOLOGY?

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INCOME INFORMATION

Per an independent national research group study of individuals who have purchased and read the book Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health, 84 percent of Dianetics book readers felt that Dianetics helped people become more successful. One measurement of success is the amount of income one makes.

An average annual wage in the United States in the 1990s was $22,563: Of Scientologists surveyed, nearly 80 percent earn in excess of the national average.

Scientologists do not look toward others to help them survive. They work hard to support themselves and their families. The percentage of Scientologists on welfare (which includes Scientologists in such countries as Sweden, Denmark and the United Kingdom where public assistance is even more prevalent than in the United States) is less than half of the average in the United States, which today is estimated at 4 percent.

What is your average yearly income bracket since Scientology?

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Above US National Average

Do you receive welfare?

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NO


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