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Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Religious voters favor McCain, poll claims

Pretty interesting poll results, considering how Obama tries (and the liberal media helps him) to portray himself as a "messiah"

A new Gallup Poll claims to show that registered voters who say religion is important in their lives tend to support presumptive Republican presidential nominee Sen. John McCain by a margin of 50 to 40 percent, while those who say religion is unimportant to their lives tend to support presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Sen. Barack Obama by a margin of 55 to 36 percent.

About two-thirds of the registered voters surveyed by Gallup said that religion is important to them.

According to the Gallup Poll, which surveyed 95,000 registered voters from March through June 2008, the divide in voting preference is not confined to white Protestants but is manifested among non-Hispanic white Catholics as well.

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from Paul Nichols at Catholic Cartoon Blog

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