Sunday, November 2, 2008

Abortion Not Primary Concern for Catholic Voters

Houston Chronicle: Abortion not main issue for Catholics, by Barbara Karkabi:

Abortion is not the most important issue for the majority of Roman Catholic voters, according to a new poll released by Zogby International.

Less than a third of Catholic voters — 29 percent — vote solely on abortion issues, according to the LeMoyne College/Zogby International Contemporary Catholic Trends project. Those who do tend to vote for the anti-abortion candidate.

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