Why All the Prejudice Against Mormons? 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 at Belief.net explains why.
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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?

Why All the Prejudice Against Mormons?

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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.