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'Time' Poll: Romney, Obama of Strongest Faith

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'Time' Poll: Romney, Obama of Strongest Faith

'Time' Poll: Romney, Obama of Strongest Faith

'Time' Poll: Romney, Obama of Strongest Faith

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A new Time magazine poll finds that registered voters view Republican Mitt Romney and Democrat Barack Obama as the presidential candidates with the strongest religious faith. The poll also finds that more than four in 10 voters believe President Bush's use of religion has divided the country. Republicans and Democrats disagree about whether a president should use his faith to guide his decisions. Most Republicans think he should, while most Democrats don't.