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|Subject: Re: Mormon church exodus||Date: 7/31/2012 5:07 PM|
|Author: salaryguru||Number: 44368 of 71934|
How do you explain Senator Harry Reid (D-NV)? Or is he just one of the uncommon?
Yep. Pretty uncommon:
A Portrait of Mormons in the U.S.
Mormons stand out from the general population and other major religious traditions for their conservatism on both cultural and political issues. Strong majorities of Mormons say there are absolute standards of right and wrong and that they feel their values are often threatened by Hollywood. They also are considerably more Republican than any other major religious tradition, including members of evangelical Protestant churches, and tend to take conservative positions on whether abortion should be legal or illegal, whether homosexuality should be accepted or discouraged by society and views of the size and role of government. . .
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