Why Exit Pollsters Desperately Need to Get Religion

At The Washington Post, Brian Kaylor writes on the narrow view of religion in the questions asked by exit pollsters. The data focused only on shared beliefs and evangelical voting patterns, even though Catholics outnumbered evangelicals in New Hampshire and Nevada. Kaylor writes, “With the presidential votes rolling in, it is time for an altar call moment for exit pollsters: there are more religion angles than just conservative white evangelicals.”

Read at The Washington Post

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