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This presentation provides additional findings from the 2010 American Values Survey, originally presented on October 13, 2010, at the National Press Club in Washington, DC, at an event hosted by ...

This presentation provides additional findings from the 2010 American Values Survey, originally presented on October 13, 2010, at the National Press Club in Washington, DC, at an event hosted by Catholic University of America. Results of the 2010 American Values Survey are based on telephone interviews conducted among a national random sample of 3,013 adults (age 18 and older) between September 1 and September 14, 2010.

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Religion & Values in the 2010 Elections: Divides & Tensions Religion & Values in the 2010 Elections: Divides & Tensions Presentation Transcript

  • RELIGION & VALUES IN THE 2010 ELECTION Findings from the 2010 American Values Survey
  • RELIGION AND THE ELECTION CONTEXT Religion & Values in the 2010 Election
  • The 2010 Vote by Religion Religion & Values in the 2010 Election
  • Share of Democratic Vote 2008 & 2010 Religion & Values in the 2010 Election
  • Abortion & Candidate Support Religion & Values in the 2010 Election
  • Health care, Immigration reform, and Candidate Support Religion & Values in the 2010 Election
  • Personal Financial Condition and Perceptions of Economy over Last 2 Years Religion & Values in the 2010 Election
  • Political Identification and Perceptions of Economy over Last 2 Years Religion & Values in the 2010 Election
  • CHANGES IN ATTITUDES ON SOCIAL ISSUES
    • Same-sex Marriage and Abortion
    Religion & Values in the 2010 Election
  • Shifting Views on Social Issues Religion & Values in the 2010 Election
  • Increasing Support for Same-sex Marriage 2006-2010 Religion & Values in the 2010 Election
  • Generation Gap: Same-sex Marriage Religion & Values in the 2010 Election
  • Support for Same-sex Marriage by Religion Religion & Values in the 2010 Election
  • Civil Marriage Clarification Religion & Values in the 2010 Election Civil Marriage Definition: If the law only provided for civil marriages like you get at city hall for gay couples, I would support allowing them to have a civil marriage.
  • SUPPORT FOR OTHER ELECTION ISSUES
    • By Religious Affiliation
    Religion & Values in the 2010 Election
  • Support for Increasing the Minimum Wage to $10 per Hour Religion & Values in the 2010 Election
  • Support for Immigration Reform That Includes a Path to Citizenship Religion & Values in the 2010 Election
  • CATHOLICS & POLITICAL VALUES
    • Equal Opportunity, Role of Government, &
    • America as a Christian Nation
    Religion & Values in the 2010 Election
  • Catholics & Equal Opportunity Religion & Values in the 2010 Election
  • Catholics & the Role of Government Religion & Values in the 2010 Election
  • Christian Nation Religion & Values in the 2010 Election
  • RELIGION AND VALUES IN THE 2010 ELECTION
    • Findings from the 2010 American Values Survey
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