Thursday, February 03, 2005

Winger torque on values voting finally debunked 

Important. But one of many factors:

The fourth annual survey, conducted by the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life, covered a representative sample of 2,730 Americans who were contacted in the spring of 2004 and again in the weeks after the November election. It had an error margin of 2.5 points plus or minus.

In the end only 21 percent of voters said their faith was more important than other factors in casting their vote and another 26 percent said it was about as important as anything else in their decision -- a combined total of less than half.
(via Reuters)

Maybe Dems should do a little bit of reframing around the notion of a "higher power." Of course, since Bush never entered a recovery program (obviously) the notion will be meaningless to Him, but it might resonant with millions of others.

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