New Reports at Religion & Politics '08
The Pew Forum's Religion & Politics '08 is the place for research and analysis on the role of religion in the 2008 campaign. It features the latest from the Pew Forum as well as links to other relevant Pew research. Recent additions include a Stateline.org overview of social issues on state ballots in November and a survey analysis by the Pew Research Center for the People & the Press examining partisan reactions to a satirical New Yorker cover depicting Barack Obama as a Muslim. Go to Religion & Politics '08 »
Next Week: Targeting the Faithful
In a video discussion with advisors to former presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Mitt Romney, Forum Senior Research Fellow John Green will examine religious outreach in the 2008 campaign. Watch for it in Religion & Politics '08.
25, 2008 - The Wall Street Journal
Rebel With a Cause: Bobby Jindal's Spiritual Journey
Mentioned as a potential running mate for John McCain, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal converted from Hinduism to Catholicism. Data from the Pew Forum's Religious Landscape Survey is cited to make the point that it is rare for Hindus to convert to other religions.
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