Of course, most if not all of those are Dems.
I doubt it, based on this subset:
Half (53%) of all Evangelical Christians say that they would not consider voting for a Mormon candidate.
Most likely your representative's faith wasn't universally known or wasn't publicized in the primary, or your district's electorate isn't representative of the country as a whole.
I was pleasantly surprised that my state elected a Mormon as governor over a woman named Shannon O'Brien. I'll be not so pleased if a more reliably conservative state can't match that accomplishment in their primary because of his faith.
I would have to know Rasmussen's description of "evangelical Christians." If he lumped in PCA, the United Methodists, and the United Church of Christ, he no doubt picked up a lot of liberals.
posted on 11/20/2006 11:05:25 AM PST
by Miss Marple
(Lord, thank you for Mozart Lover's son's safe return, and look after Jemian's son, please!)
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