Sunday, January 23, 2005

Politics: Church goers are less willing to compromise their positions now then 4 years ago and are less willing to forgive politicians who do.

Survey Finds Church-Going Americans Less Tolerant Sat Jan 22, 2005 06:38 PM ET By Michael Conlon CHICAGO (Reuters) - Church-going Americans have grown increasingly intolerant in the past four years of politicians making compromises on such hot issues as abortion and gay rights, according to a survey released on Saturday. At the same time, those polled said they were growing bolder about pushing their beliefs on others -- even at the risk of offending someone. The trends could indicate that religion has become "more prominent in American discourse ... more salient," according to Ruth Wooden, president of Public Agenda, a nonpartisan research organization which released the survey.
How dare they have convictions! and Reuters couldn't wait to project their bias in the headline.

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