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1. For Republicans: Which presidential candidate do you most believe in?
Rudy Giuliani
Mike Huckabee
John McCain
Ron Paul
Mitt Romney
Undecided

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2. For Democrats: Which presidential candidate do you most believe in?
Hillary Clinton
John Edwards
Barack Obama
Undecided

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3. For Independents: Which presidential candidate do you most believe in?
Hillary Clinton
John Edwards
Rudy Giuliani
Mike Huckabee
John McCain
Barack Obama
Ron Paul
Mitt Romney
Undecided

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1A. Which candidate do you plan to actually vote for?
Rudy Giuliani
Mike Huckabee
John McCain
Ron Paul
Mitt Romney
Undecided

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2A. Which candidate do you plan to actually vote for?
Hillary Clinton
John Edwards
Barack Obama
Undecided

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3A. Which candidate do you plan to actually vote for?
Hillary Clinton
John Edwards
Rudy Giuliani
Mike Huckabee
John McCain
Barack Obama
Ron Paul
Mitt Romney
Undecided

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4. What do you consider to be the most important issue in this presidential election?
Abortion
Economy/Jobs
Education
Gay Rights/Marriage
Global Warming/Environment
Health Care
Immigration/Border Control
Iraq War
Terrorism
Taxes

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5. How much are your political views shaped by your religious or spiritual beliefs?
A lot
A little
Not at all

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6. Do you think that one political party better represents religious people generally?
Yes. the Republicans
Yes, the Democrats
No

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7. What’s more important: a candidate’s stance on the issues or his/her character?
Stance on issues
Character
They matter the same
They are inseparable

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8. Has the personal religious faith of the candidates become too big an issue in the presidential race?
Yes
No

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9. Is it important to you that a presidential candidate be religious?
Yes, it’s important that candidate is religious and be from my faith tradition
Yes, it’s important that a candidate be religious, but I don’t care about his/her specific faith tradition
No, it’s not important that a candidate be religious
It’s important for me that a candidate NOT be religious

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10. Do you pray for the presidential candidates?
Yes, I pray for all the presidential candidates
Yes, but only for certain candidates
Yes, but only for the candidate/candidates I’m supporting
No

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11. Who would Jesus vote for?
Hillary Clinton
John Edwards
Rudy Giuliani
Mike Huckabee
John McCain
Barack Obama
Ron Paul
Mitt Romney
Unsure
Jesus would not vote

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12. What’s the most important quality in a presidential candidate?
Experience
Honesty
Mastery of issues
Leadership ability
Judgment
Ability to communicate ideas

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13. Of the following, who would you most like to see enter the presidential race?
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg
Former Vice President Al Gore
CNN anchor Lou Dobbs
Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich
Comedian Stephen Colbert

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14. Given the current crop of presidential candidates, are you hopeful about America’s future?
Yes
No

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15. Some of the presidential candidates have had multiple marriages and at least one is reportedly on bad terms with his children. Do the family dynamics of the candidates matter to you?
Yes, they matter a lot
They matter, but just a little
No, they don’t matter at all

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16. When pollsters ask about the “moral values” of the candidates, what does that mean to you?
A candidate’s stance on social issues like abortion and gay unions
A candidate’s stance on “Social Gospel” issues like poverty and war
A candidate’s personal character, beliefs, and values system
All of the above

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17. Would you vote for a presidential candidate who believes in creationism over evolution?
Yes
No

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18. Do you see the war in Iraq as a moral issue?
Yes, I support the war in Iraq because of my sense of morality
Yes, I oppose the war in Iraq because of my sense of morality
I am ambivalent about the war in Iraq, but I do see it as a moral issue
I support the war in Iraq, but don’t see the war in moral terms
I oppose the war in Iraq, but don’t see the war in moral terms
I am ambivalent about the war in Iraq, but don’t see it as a moral issue

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19. Anti-abortion activists say ending abortion is the central moral issue of domestic policy. Do you agree?
Yes
No

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20. Lots of candidates are promising change, but who do you think is most likely to deliver it?
Hillary Clinton
John Edwards
Rudy Giuliani
Mike Huckabee
John McCain
Barack Obama
Ron Paul
Mitt Romney

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21. If you could attend services at one of the candidate’s churches, which candidate would you choose?
Hillary Clinton
John Edwards
Rudy Giuliani
Mike Huckabee
John McCain
Barack Obama
Ron Paul
Mitt Romney

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22. What would God say about America’s election process?
It’s not perfect, but the best possible system for choosing a leader
It’s focused too much on popularity and too little on right and wrong
Money plays too big a role
It’s a sin

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