Poll: Religiously unaffiliated less likely to vote
The recent boom in religiously unaffiliated Americans may ultimately help explain the results of the upcoming 2012 presidential election, according to a new poll that shows such voters lean heavily toward President Barack Obama but are less likely than the religiously affiliated to turn out.
Nearly one-quarter of likely Obama supporters say they have have no particular religion ‚ÄĒ a group less likely to vote than those affiliated with an organized religion, according to a poll released Monday by the Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI). Sixty-one percent of unaffiliated voters said they would likely cast a ballot, compared with 73 percent of those who are religiously affiliated....
The BBC/Sky began with..no contest,Romney is a dud. Obama will santer through the door for another stint of change we can believe in! BUT now the tune has got a quiver in it. an uncertain note has sounded,a tremble is now in it.WOW. They are not so sure now.It`s just possible that ...... How I love it when they have to eat HUMBLE PIE