|Latinos, Religion and Campaign 2012 |
A recent survey by the Pew Hispanic Center and the Pew Forum finds Latino Catholic voters strongly favor President Barack Obama's re-election. However, among Latino evangelical Protestants, just 50% prefer Obama, while 39% support his Republican challenger, Mitt Romney. The survey also finds rising support for same-sex marriage among Latinos. READ THE FULL REPORT >|
|OCT. 9 - THE WASHINGTON POST|
Who are the 'Nones'?
The Washington Post reports on a recent Pew Forum survey that finds the percentage of religiously unaffiliated Americans is growing. They now constitute nearly a fifth (19.6%) of all U.S. adults and a third (32%) of U.S. adults under 30.
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