MIB Alien Crisis out today, survey reveals UK believe in green men…
Survey reveals that UK residents believe there really is life on Mars
25 May 2012: Almost two thirds of Brits believe in the existence of aliens from other planets, according to research released today to mark the launch of the new Men in Black: Alien Crisis video game. 62% of those polled stated that they do in fact believe that the ‘little green men’ are out there, with respondents twice as likely to believe in aliens than God.
The survey has also uncovered that we are a nation of cynics when it comes to the paranormal, with over half of the recipients believing that the government is likely to be withholding information about the existence of alien life and 29% suggesting that aliens could be living in secret and amongst us on Earth. State figure heads are also under suspicion from the British public with Prime Minister David Cameron topping the poll of those most likely to be an alien living in disguise. US President Barack Obama also appeared within the top five most likely figures to be an extra terrestrial pretending to be human!
However, rather than living in fear of alien life, over a quarter of respondents said that they would be excited if they found out that they really did exist with 39% also claiming that if life from another planet did reach us then it would be a positive thing that would bring together nations and help advance the human race.
Men in Black: Alien Crisis is out today and available for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Nintendo Wii. Players take on the role of Peter Delacoeur, an MIB Agent in training assigned to unearth enemy aliens who are planning to destroy planet Earth. With hidden surveillance and stealthy guards on the prowl, players must ambush confidential alien intelligence and stop alien attacks.
Other findings from the UK-wide poll revealed Plymouth to be the ‘Alien capital of the UK’ with 19% claiming to have seen a UFO.
The top alien hotspots in the UK include;
2. Leeds / Norwich