Poll: Clinton, Romney at Opposite Ends of `Religious’ Spectrum

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c. 2007 Religion News Service (UNDATED) The conventional wisdom of presidential politics is that voters want their candidates to have strong personal faith. But at the moment, the front-running candidacies of Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Rudy Giuliani seem to suggest that beyond a certain minimum, how religious a candidate appears to be doesn’t matter, […]

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