March 16, 2006
Protestants and Frequent Churchgoers Most Supportive of Iraq War
Least supportive are non-Christians and people with no religion
by Frank Newport
PRINCETON, NJ — This analysis focuses on the relationship between religious identification and church attendance and the belief that the Iraq war was a mistake. In order to provide large and stable sample sizes, the analysis utilizes a combination of Gallup surveys conducted in 2005 and early 2006, which included the “war is a mistake” question and also questions about respondents’ religions. The dates of interviewing for these surveys stretch from January 2005 through February 2006.
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