An analysis of the two main candidates for the election of 2000

Because the linked content may change, the organization should monitor the linked content and adjust or remove any links that could result in prohibited political activity. John, define what is a less-observant evangelical? Among mainline Protestants there was an interesting pattern.

Again, a smaller percentage of evangelicals, compared with the gay marriage bans — 64 percent — and a very big majority of the non-evangelicals voting against it. Would he have liked it to have worked even better for him?

These studies prove that afterschool programs keep kids safe, help working families and improve academic achievement. This may be just differences in sampling. Thank you very much. Here some of the smaller religious groups were combined for ease of presentation, and they are arrayed from the group that voted least for Obama weekly attending white evangelical Protestants to the group that voted most for Obama black Protestants.

These less-observant groups are more open to environmental influences. As in the past, religious affiliation is very closely linked to ethnicity and race.

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So behind the modest shift in the voting behavior of religious groups, there may be a larger change lurking. Support specific candidates or parties in races for elected office, including: Another striking finding in the topics of the digital conversation is how much the agenda has changed in just four years.

The effect of religiosity is the strongest in white Christian groups, but you can see it in almost every religious group. He made the structure of faith-based politics work for him.

Many surveys show Jews voting very strongly Democratic, and some surveys show them voting even more strongly than they did in John Kerry got approximately 49 percent of the two-party vote inand Barack Obama got about 53 percent of the two-party vote in So I think E.

Due largely to the dramatic movement among whites with no college degree, the gap between college and non-college whites is wider in than in any past election dating to PEJ began studying the role of digital technology in presidential politics in But the really big differences are among white Christian groups.

Yes, younger people in all religious traditions tend to be less observant, and less-observant groups tend to have a much higher percentage of younger people.

Cultural values change much, much more slowly. If there was a Bradley effect, maybe it was just with that group. Was there information on issues — ballot issues or just issues in general?

Behind Trump’s victory: Divisions by race, gender, education

There are three points worth making. Less-observant white mainline Protestants voted for McCain by a slight majority, while weekly attending white mainline Protestants backed McCain by a larger majority.

They were also a strongly Democratic group, but notice how different they are from the pure seculars, who were even more Democratic. Eight in 10 parents 84 percent support public funding for afterschool programs.

He made progress among white Catholics, and I could imagine Democrats and him making even more progress among white Catholics. To measure favorability, we do something called a feeling thermometer, where you have to rate your feelings toward candidates, organizations or groups on a 0-to scale.

This is something that, as someone who is a Democratic pollster and has worked very hard on this campaign — at least for the independent expenditure world — we spent a lot of time trying to figure out. Let me just add something from Ohio, which has a large Jewish population, particularly in the Cleveland area.

Inin short, voters are playing an increasingly large role in helping to communicate campaign messages, while the role of the traditional news media as an authority or validator has only lessened. Four years ago the Obama campaign used press clips to validate his candidacy.

This difference is a good example of the impact of worship attendance on the vote. And it may very well be that a lot of the efforts to mobilize the religious vote paid off in that particular community.

Can an organization state its position on public policy issues that candidates for public office are divided on?Presidential elections were held in Russia on 26 March Incumbent Prime Minister and acting President Vladimir Putin, who had succeeded Boris Yeltsin on his resignation on 31 Decemberwas seeking a four-year term in his own right and won the elections in the first round.

Donald Trump scored an impressive Electoral College victory Nov. 8 after a campaign that revealed deep divisions – by race, gender and education – that were as wide and in some cases wider than in previous elections, according to an analysis of national exit poll data.

Resources; Election Information; Primaries; Primaries. This page has information about the main categories of presidential and congressional primaries in the United States (open, closed, semi-closed, and others) and puts each state into one of these categories.

"The idea that you can merchandise candidates for high office like breakfast cereal is the ultimate indignity to the democratic process." -Democratic candidate Adlai Stevenson, MICHAEL CROMARTIE: Ladies and gentlemen, we’re delighted to have with us this morning two people I know you already know.

When it comes to political science and political voting behavior, and the demographics of religious believers and how they voted, we couldn’t have two better people to tell us about the election than John Green and Anna Greenberg.

Footnote. 1. For the time period studied (June 4, to June 17, ), this report considered those platforms that the candidates’ respective websites listed and linked to.

An analysis of the two main candidates for the election of 2000
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