Catholic Voters Are Ditching Biden For Trump: POLL

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President Joe Biden, a self-described Catholic, is polling worse with voters from his church than he did four years ago, according to polling by the Pew Research Center.

If the election were held today, 55% of Catholic voters say they would vote for former President Donald Trump, or lean toward voting for him, with just 43% saying they would throw their support behind Biden, a 12-point gap, according to Pew. This represents a sizable shift from 2020, where a similar poll conducted by Pew found that Catholics were virtually split between the two candidates, with 50% saying they’d support Trump and 49% reporting that they would vote for Biden.

Biden has frequently leaned on his Catholic faith while in office though has taken policy stances that are in tension with the Church’s teachings. The president has, for …

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