Viewers Find BBC to Be Anti-Christian
Viewers and staff expressed concerns about "tokenism" and diversity "box-ticking" and warned that positive discrimination was skewing recruitment.
Many people believe the corporation retains a politically Left-wing or "liberal bias" and that religions other than Christianity were sometimes better represented, according to the survey.
The report based on the poll results, obtained by the Daily Mail, concluded: "In terms of religion, there were many who perceived the BBC to be anti-Christian and as such misrepresenting Christianity."
It added: "Christians are specifically mentioned as being badly treated, with a suggestion that more minority religions are better represented despite Christianity being the most widely observed religion within Britain."
One respondent was quoted as saying: "As a Christian I find that the BBC's representation of Christianity is mainly inaccurate, portraying incorrect, often derogatory stereotypes."