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Christian Coalition's Influence on the Wane

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Christian Coalition's Influence on the Wane

Christian Coalition's Influence on the Wane

Christian Coalition's Influence on the Wane

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The Christian Coalition, once a powerful conservative lobbying group, has suffered a number of defections by state chapters this year. The latest came Wednesday when the Alabama chapter cut ties.

NPR senior correspondent Juan Williams analyzes the reasons behind the group's decline and what the latest polls are saying about voter attitudes when it comes to religion and politics.

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