My opinion...a pox on both their houses.
American Catholic voters lean strongly toward Hillary Clinton in this
year's presidential contest, according to a new Pew Forum survey.
The Pew poll found that Clinton held a 56-39% advantage over Donald
Trump among Catholic voters. That 17% margin was markedly different from
the results of a similar poll in the last presidential race, when
then-Senator Barack Obama was virtually even with Mitt Romney among
Catholic voters in June 2012.
However, Clinton's margin among Catholic voters was entirely
attributable to a huge (77-16%) advantage among Hispanic Catholics (thanks, amigos!).
Among white Catholics, Trump had a slight (50-46) edge.
Among all voters surveyed, Pew found that Clinton had a 51-42% lead.
Trump enjoyed his best results among white Evangelical voters, who gave
him a massive 78-17% advantage; Clinton did best with black Protestants,
who broke even more dramatically (89-8%) in her favor.
Among voters who attend church services weekly, Pew found that Trump
had a slight advantage: 49- 45%. But among Catholics who attend Mass
weekly, Clinton led by 57-38%.
When asked which questions they considered most important in the
presidential campaign, Catholics provided answers that did not differ
significantly from the overall national sample.
Hard to pick the most Christian person running, but relatively easy to pick the most pro-abortionist running.