Monday, October 22, 2012
The Washington Post is reporting on a possible link between religiosity and voting -- or non-voting. According to the Post, a new poll indicates that religiously unaffiliated Americans are less likely to vote in next month's elections than those Americans who are religiously affiliated. The poll focuses on the overlap -- and sometimes contradiction -- of a person's faith identity and his or her views on topics ranging from religious freedom to abortion.
Coming so close to Election Day, the article is an interesting read.