Is Business the Bra of Church and State?

R.I.P. religious right, and other Super Tuesday takeaways: CNN

When political scientists talk about a “God gap” in American politics, they often mean the religious gulf between Christian conservatives and liberal Democrats.

In 2016, though, a sizable “God gap” has appeared within the Democratic Party itself.

As noted above, Clinton has cleaned up among the devoutly religious, not only on Super Tuesday but also in South Carolina in February.

Bernie Sanders, meanwhile, appears to be drawing deep support from people who rarely step foot inside a house of prayer. The Vermont senator, who is Jewish, has described himself as “not particularly religious.”

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