Two weeks ago, Wayne Slater posed a question about how much of a
candidate's religious views the public is entitled to know. This week,
let's take a different look at this issue.
A new Pew Forum in
Religion & Public Life survey shows that voters across the
political spectrum are growing tired of hearing politicians talk so much
about religion. The survey shows that almost 40 percent of the
respondents are weary of hearing so much talk about faith. That figure
represents a turn-around from recent years, including only two years
ago, when polling data showed that voters thought candidates talked too
little about their faith.
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