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  1. #1 I guess the religious right can't be blamed for the country's woes after all 
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    May 2008

    Non-voters: It's all in God's hands

    People who believe that God is involved in worldly affairs are less likely to participate in national elections than others, according to a new survey.

    The study, which included nearly 1,700 U.S. men and women with an average age of 53, suggests that a person's view of God is a variable that determines whether he or she will donate money to a campaign, read political news, or even vote.


    Evangelical and black Protestants on average were least likely to "get out the national vote" in the 2004 elections, the study finds. The researchers say both denominations espouse the view that God is active in world affairs, so the lower political engagement makes sense.

    Last edited by wilbur; 06-27-2008 at 03:43 PM.
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