Well if the 10,000 were upped to 120,000 years, I might be less surprised about the high percentages in the right hand column for highly educated folks, the theory being that God popped down Cro-Magnun man who appeared around then, and proceeded rather promptly to off the Neanderthals. The 10,000 number just dumps science into the dust bin.
Cro-Magnon arrived in Europe about 40,000 years ago, but they go back in Africa 120,000 years, while Neanderthals go back 300-400K years.
You see, even most highly educated people aren't all that well versed in the chronology of early humans.
It would have been better if they had just asked "Humans did not evolve from other species, but were created in their present form" without the timeframe part, since as it is there is a major view missing.