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Author Topic:   New Pew study on religious groups and their political leanings.
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Message 1 of 2 (787440)
07-13-2016 2:08 PM


It is interesting because Catholics lean 44 to 37 toward the Democrats despite the strongly anti-abortion and anti same sax marriage equality stand of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops.

All evangelical groups lean toward the Republicans by double-digit margins except the 7th Day Adventists and Jehovah's Witness, which lean Democratic by double digits. The Mormons are the most Republican leaning group.

All 7 non-Christian groups favor the Democrats by at least a 38 point margin.


Any interesting background information from anybody here?


Clues as to why this is as it is?

Has it always been this way?

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Message 2 of 2 (787442)
07-14-2016 1:45 AM

Briefly Comment On The Information In The Link
Thread copied here from the New Pew study on religious groups and their political leanings. thread in the Proposed New Topics forum.

Any interesting background information from anybody here?

Lets keep responses brief. This is basically a topic derived from a bare link.

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