In a shift that could have consequences for the 2012 election, Catholic
voters – especially non-Hispanic white Catholics – are more likely to
identify as Republican or leaning Republican than they were in 2008.
2008 survey by the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life found a
significant Democratic advantage among Catholics. Fifty-three percent
identified as Democratic or leaning Democratic voters, compared to 37
percent identifying with the Republican camp.
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