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Faith in the 2012 Election Faith in the 2012 Election
Religion emerged as an important issue in the 2012 presidential campaign. The personal religious identity of President Barack Obama and the Republican candidate, Governor...

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Commentary on the Election Commentary on the Election
This collection gathers together key statements from politicians, campaign officials, journalists, and others as they analyze and react to the role of religion in the 2012...

RELATED RESOURCES: MILLENNIAL

Public Religion Research Institute’s 2012 Post-Election American Values Survey on the Religious Composition of Each Party’s Voters

November 16, 2012
Obama’s religious coalition resembles the religious composition of younger voters, while Romney’s religious coalition resembles the religious composition of senior voters. For example, 26% of Millennial voters are white Christians, compared to 72% of senior voters.
Public Religion Research Institute Public Religion Research Institute
The Public Religion Research Institute is a non-profit, non-partisan research organization specializing in the qualitative and quantitative study of political issues that are especially informed by religious tradition and values. The institute...