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62 Percent of Voters Say Judicial Nominees Should Not Be Questioned about Their Faith: Poll

62 Percent of Voters Say Judicial Nominees Should Not Be Questioned about Their Faith: Poll A new poll by Mason-Dixon Polling & Strategy reveals that just 30 percent of registered voters believe Supreme Court nominees should be asked about their religious beliefs. Of the remaining 70 percent, 62 percent believe they should not, and 8 percent... Read more