I just learned the following from a colleague in Finland:
1. The first Finnish edition of your book [i.e., Intelligent Design] has been sold out (1500 copies)
2. 30% of Finns do not believe in Evolution — which shocked our educators
Both statistics are surprising. Finland is a country of only about 3,000,000, so proportionately the book has way outsold its American counterpart (which sold about 60,000 copies here). Also, for a country as atheistic and materialistic as Finland, to have this level of disbelief in standard evolutionary theory is indeed shocking.