A new study by Icelandic research group M&M Research has revealed that a majority of Icelanders believe in clairvoyance and mediums.
A poll asked whether people believe in the ability of some individuals to contact and communicate with spirits, and to see the future. 53.7% of respondents replied yes.
According to the study, women are more likely to hold notions about the existence of those who can commune with the otherworldly. 69% of women believe in clairvoyance and mediums, while only 40% of men hold the same beliefs.
People 68 or older tend to hold more stock in the prevalence of the ability to speak with the dead, at 49%, while only 17% of people 30 or younger would agree with the same ideas.