A nation's stance on Creationism is an uncancellable Policy that indicates whether creationism or evolution is part of a nation's curriculum and whether both are taught equally or with one being emphasized over the other.
Liberals greatly favor evolution being taught over creationism while the Religious want creationism to be taught. The Religious are content with both systems being taught equally but the Liberals want at least a little emphasis to be put on evolution. In addition to upsetting the group, a high emphasis on evolution will greatly lower the membership rate of the Religious.
At 54%, both the Religious and the Liberals will have equal but negligible opposition to the state's position on Creationism. This is a good rate for a nation with high rates of both groups.