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Poll Sees Catholics, Evangelicals as Swing Votes

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Poll Sees Catholics, Evangelicals as Swing Votes

Poll Sees Catholics, Evangelicals as Swing Votes

Poll Sees Catholics, Evangelicals as Swing Votes

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Catholics and evangelical Christians are among swing voters key to this year's presidential race, a new poll finds. Many voters who describe themselves as religious say the economy and foreign policy are more important this year than cultural issues. Hear NPR's Renee Montagne and political scientist John Green.