While pundits and analysts have pored over the details of Mitt
Romney’sspeech last week, nearly half the nation’s voters could not identify which Republican had given a major speech on faith and religion. A Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey found that 60% were able to identify Romney as that candidate. That figure includes 66% of Republicans nationwide, but just 52% of Evangelical Christian voters.
Overall, 69 % of voters can identify Romney as the candidate who is a Mormon. Among Republicans, that figure is 75%. It’s interesting to note that Evangelical Christians are somewhat less likely than the population at large to know of Romney’s faith. Among Evangelical Christians, 65% were able to identify Romney as the Mormon.
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