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Thursday, April 07, 2005

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 Americans tired of 'christian' right

USA Today reports that many Americans about the moral agenda of the Republican Party and the political power of conservative "christians."

Some highlights of the USA TODAY/CNN/Gallup Poll survey:
  • By 55%-40%, respondents say Republicans, traditionally the party of limited government, are "trying to use the federal government to interfere with the private lives of most Americans" on moral values.

  • By 53%-40%, they say Democrats, who sharply expanded government since the Depression, aren't trying to interfere on moral issues.

  • Americans by 53%-34% say they disapprove of Bush's handling of the Schiavo case. Congress' rating on Schiavo is worse: 76% disapprove, 20% approve.

  • Americans by 39%-18% say the "religious right" has too much influence in the Bush administration.

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