Clinton v. Trump Shrinks the God Gap

At Religion News Service, Mark Silk writes that heading into the general election, it appears that gender will matter more than religiosity in determining voting patterns for the first time. “Since the God gap became salient in the 1990s, it’s always exceeded the gender gap,” Silk writes. “Not, evidently, this year. Between women’s support for one of their own and the misogyny of the other candidate, gender identity is trumping religion.”

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