Poll: Religiously Unaffiliated Less Likely to Vote

The Washington Post’s Michelle Boorstein reports on poll released Monday from the Public Religion Research Institute. The survey shows that the religiously unaffiliated lean heavily towards President Obama, but they are also much less likely to vote in the election than the religiously affiliated. Latino and African American groups are similar in their overall support for Obama and they are also less likely to vote.

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