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Why All the Prejudice Against Mormons?

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Why All the Prejudice Against Mormons?

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Why All the Prejudice Against Mormons?

Why All the Prejudice Against Mormons?

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GOP candidate Mitt Romney gave a speech this week about his Mormon faith. Ben Sklar/Getty Images hide caption

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Polls find bias against Mormons is "significantly more intense" than prejudice against women or African Americans, and that 25 percent of Americans would not vote for a Mormon like Mitt Romney.

Michael Kress of Belief.net explains why.