Thursday, November 04, 2004


Religion and 'moral issues' most important in the US 2004 elections

BBC NEWS | Americas | Election reveals divided nation:
"Religion - rather than class, ethnic origin or education - has become the key determinant of voting in the 2004 presidential race, according to an exit poll conducted by the Associated Press news agency.

And moral issues were more important for voters than Iraq, the war on terrorism, or the economy."

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