The Public Religion Research Institute, one of the few polling outfits that actually focuses on how different religious groups view public policy issues, has a fascinating new survey out that examines attitudes towards evolution and climate change. You can find the summary of the survey here.
Catholics come out looking prettty, well, sane in the survey. We are among the least likely to doubt the findings of science while white evangelicals are the most likely to view science with hostility. Mind - there is a type of lazy intellectualism that endorses not science but scientism, the idea that every human problem has a scientific answer. I would like to see the good folks at RPPI do a survey that looks less at particular issues like evolution and looks more at this fundamental attitude of believers towards science. There is plenty of hubris among the anti-religious exponents of scientism as well as among the fundamentalists.