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In reversal from 2010, poll finds too much 'religious talk' by politicians/legislators

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At thehill.com

Voters are increasingly tired of 'religious talk' from politicians, a poll from Pew Research found. According to the survey, 38 percent said there is 'too much expression of religious faith and prayer from political leaders,' while 30 percent said there is too little. Those numbers are essentially inverted from Pew's 2010 findings, when 37 percent said there was too little versus 29 percent who said there was too much. The GOP primary has reignited the battle over social and religious issues between the two parties.

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