Barna—How the Faith of Likely 2012 Voters Affects the Issues They Care About

Posted by Kendall Harmon

Which political issues will have the greatest influence on voters' decision of which presidential candidate to support? The answer to that question depends in part on the person's spiritual leanings. A new nationwide survey by the Barna Group, conducted among people likely to vote in November's election, indicates that the worldview of different religious segments of the population significantly impacts the issues they care about the most.

Among all likely voters, regardless of their faith inclinations, the most influential issues are health care (said to influence their candidate selection "a lot" by 74% of likely voters), tax policy (62%), employment policies and strategies (54%), and plans regarding the nation's dependence upon foreign oil (52%).

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