Palin Nomination Puts Spotlight on Pentecostals
From the time she was a teenager until 2002, GOP vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin attended a church affiliated with the Assemblies of God, a Pentecostal denomination. Prominent Democrats, including the Obama campaign's religious outreach director, are also associated with Pentecostal Christianity. An analysis based on the Pew Forum's U.S. Religious Landscape Survey examines the demographic, religious and political characteristics of Pentecostals in the U.S. Read the analysis »
Sept. 10 - Agence France-Presse
Analysts: Palin Helps McCain With Evangelicals, Doesn't Ensure Their Vote
At a Sept. 9 discussion, Pew Research Center Director of Survey Research Scott Keeter and Pew Forum Senior Fellow John Green examined how recent campaign developments and changes in religious voters' attitudes could impact the November election.
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