The generation gap between millennials and older adults on social and political issues exists even among evangelical Protestants.
While members of all faiths see the economy as the top priority for 2009, they are not always in agreement on what issues the government should tackle. The divide is especially large on reducing crime and moral decline in America.
A national survey finds remarkable stability in the candidate preferences of major religious groups compared with the last presidential campaign. But issue priorities among all religious groups have changed with possible implications in November.
Leading experts discuss the history of cultural divisions in American politics and what role, if any, they will play in the outcome of the November election.
Though much courted by GOP candidates, the impact of this voting bloc on the presidential nominating process remains unclear.