How much does Mitt Romney’s Mormonism matter to his vote-getting?

By AMANDA GREENE
Religion News Wilmington

On the heels of Mitt Romney’s win in New Hampshire and his march South to South Carolina, The Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life just released a nationally-representative report called Mormons in America.

The report looks at Mormon beliefs and practices versus U.S. population beliefs and practices as well as Mormon political attitudes.

Check out the Pew findings here and take our poll.

Read this interesting infographic that shows the key findings as well.

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2 responses to “How much does Mitt Romney’s Mormonism matter to his vote-getting?

  1. Pingback: A political hit on Mitt Romney « All Tied Up and Nowhere to Go

  2. People do not generally vote theology anymore. For a great many Americans, they do not know a Mormon but have only heard tales. For those who know members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Days Saints they like them by and large. What is not to like?

    Mormons are known to be a great family church, loyal, clean living, good citizens and respectful of others. They believe in getting a good education, being thrifty, self supporting and are active community affairs including the military and have their own welfare system.

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