That's right, from 1982 to 2012 there is no change at all, even slight increase, in the percentage of people who subscribe to this belief despite overwhelming scientific evidence which contradicts...well, the 0 evidence on the other side.
All this through the mapping of the human genome, which began in 1987 and was completed by 2003.
Furthermore, it is in stark contrast to the scientific community, of which there is almost no deviation:
Of the scientists and engineers in the United States, only about 5% are creationists, according to a 1991 Gallup poll (Robinson 1995, Witham 1997). However, this number includes those working in fields not related to life origins (such as computer scientists, mechanical engineers, etc.). Taking into account only those working in the relevant fields of earth and life sciences, there are about 480,000 scientists, but only about 700 believe in "creation-science" or consider it a valid theory (Robinson 1995). This means that less than 0.15 percent of relevant scientists believe in creationism. And that is just in the United States, which has more creationists than any other industrialized country. In other countries, the number of relevant scientists who accept creationism drops to less than one tenth of 1 percent.
So what's the problem folks? Is it poorly educated masses, indoctrination, parents, scientific failure?