After some effort, I managed to track down the Time Magazine poll mentioned by David Masci in this 2007 Pew Research article, where he said this (my emphasis):
“When asked what they would do if scientists were to disprove a particular religious belief, nearly two-thirds (64%) of people say they would continue to hold to what their religion teaches rather than accept the contrary scientific finding, according to the results of an October 2006 Time magazine poll. Indeed, in a May 2007 Gallup poll, only 14% of those who say they do not believe in evolution cite lack of evidence as the main reason underpinning their views; more people cite their belief in Jesus (19%), God (16%) or religion generally (16%) as their reason for rejecting Darwin’s theory.”
I wanted to make sure that poll existed, and I got upset when I went through every issue of Time Magazine from 2006 (not just October) and didn’t find the poll mentioned. The 64% figure startled me, and I wanted confirmation.
At any rate, Masci was kind enough to dig out the original SRBI/Time poll from that year, which wasn’t published in the magazine. It’s a survey of 1002 Americans, and here are the relevant data. Make of them what you will: