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Religious Vote Loses Strength in US Electionsi
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Jerome Socolovsky
November 08, 2012 6:19 PM
Religious values took a back seat to the economy in this election. Neither candidate spoke much about faith. But researchers say young voters, including young religious voters averse to mixing religion and politics, were key to re-electing President Barack Obama.

Religious Vote Loses Strength in US Elections

Published November 08, 2012

Religious values took a back seat to the economy in this election. Neither candidate spoke much about faith. But researchers say young voters, including young religious voters averse to mixing religion and politics, were key to re-electing President Barack Obama.


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