The first major independent poll of U.S. Mormons describes a
conservative, devout community highly concerned about being accepted
even as it embraces beliefs about gender roles, premarital sex and
religious commitment that are well outside the mainstream.
The Pew Forum poll, to be
released Thursday, offers an unusually detailed look at an American-born
religion at a time when voters are craving information about GOP
presidential front-runner Mitt Romney, a Mormon who was once a bishop in his church.
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