A matter of faith: religion in the 2004 presidential election

"Examines the religious affiliations of voters and party elites and evaluates the claim that moral values were decisive in the 2004 election. Analyzes strategies used to mobilize religious conservatives and examines the voting behavior of a broad range of groups, including evangelicals, African...

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Contributors: Campbell, David E. 1971-
Format: Print Book
Language:English
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Published: Washington, D.C. Brookings Institution Press 2007
Standardized Subjects / Keyword chains:B USA, President / Presidential election / Religiosity / Christianity / Election behavior / Geschichte 2004
Further subjects:B Congress / United States Elections, 2004
B Presidents Election 2004 United States
B Einflussgröße
B Conference program 2005 Notre Dame, Ind
B Blacks
B United States Politics and government 2001-
B The Americas
B Morals
B Minority
B Fundamentalism
B Hispanos
B Bush, George W 1946-
B Vereinigte Staaten Vote / Election President of the United States Bush, George W. Election results / Abstimmungsergebnis Politische Einflussnahme Political decision Employment / Politische Meinung Election behavior / Abstimmungsverhalten Religion Religiöse Faktoren Religious movement Religiöser Fundamentalismus Political Protestantism Evangelikale Katholiken Morals Minority Afroamerikaner Blacks Latinos
B Conference program
B Political decision
B Christianity and politics United States
B Election behavior
B Vote
B USA
B United States Congress Elections, 2004
B Catholic
B Election results
B Political influencing
B Religion
B Evangelical movement
B Political Protestantism
B United States Politics and government 2001-2009
B Election
B Political attitude
B Religious movement
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Summary:"Examines the religious affiliations of voters and party elites and evaluates the claim that moral values were decisive in the 2004 election. Analyzes strategies used to mobilize religious conservatives and examines the voting behavior of a broad range of groups, including evangelicals, African Americans, and the religious left"--Provided by publisher
Item Description:Literaturverz. S. 275 - 294
Chiefly papers presented at a conference sponsored by the University of Notre Dame's Program in American Democracy in December 2005. - Includes bibliographical references and index
ISBN:0815713274