There is an important difference between being false and not being scientific. Currently, astrological theories are false precisely because they make scientific claims about the world, and those statements turn out to be wrong. Although astrology's predictions are false, they are nonetheless a matter of science. This is how we know that they are wrong, after all.
And horoscopes are an astrologer's prediction of a person's life based on the relative positions of the stars and planets. When this verdict was presented to it, the Federation went to work to provide an explanation and, ultimately, stated that “astrology doesn't always give quantifiable results, but it still works. People who practice authoritarianism tend to maintain blind loyalty to conventional beliefs about right and wrong and have great respect for recognized authorities. In a Eurobarometer survey on attitudes to science and technology, half of the randomly selected respondents were asked how scientific they thought astrology was.
However, some people give scientific credit to astrological predictions and consider astrology to be a valid way of understanding human behavior. Although scientific studies have never found evidence to support astrologers' claims, some people still think that astrology is scientific. According to Adorno's prediction made in 1953, people who attach great importance to obedience as a value (more authoritative) are more likely to think that astrology is scientific. In this sense, the success of astrology may be less related to prediction and more to what it offers in terms of meaning and interpretation.
That's why it can be difficult to figure out how to evaluate an astrologer's predictions accurately. In fact, there is evidence that people attracted to astrology are religiously oriented but not affiliated with a major religion. A specific aspect of astrology, predicting a person's future or offering advice on daily activities through horoscopes, is gaining increasing popularity. In research that I conducted a few years ago, I tested the hypothesis that people confuse astrology and astronomy, and this is what could explain the apparent widespread belief in the scientific status of astrology.
In the same study, I was interested to see other explanations for why some Europeans think that astrology is scientific and others don't.