Goodbye, 'God-gap.'

From TNR Online:

Americans who attend religious services on a weekly basis voted 51 percent for Republican candidates and 48 percent for Democrats, a statistically meaningless difference. Nationally, Democrats made modest gains among two important groups of religious voters--they matched Bush's 2004 advantage with Catholics (52-47) and improved upon Kerry's 21-point deficit among evangelicals.

Amy Sullivan explains why.

Grant Gallicho joined Commonweal as an intern and was an associate editor for the magazine until 2015. 

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