The Majority Of Republican Primary Voters Want Christianity To Be The National Religion

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57% of Republicans support establishing Christianity as the national religion, according to the Democratic-leaning Public Policy Polling group.

30% are opposed to it, and another 13% said they were not sure. According to the poll, 74% of Republicans have a favorable opinion of former president George W. Bush as well.

According to TPM, the poll was conducted among 316 Republicans from Feb. 20-22. The margin of error was plus or minus 5.5 percentage points.

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