Religion and Presidential Politics
Session III: The Religion Gap
About This Event
One of the newest voting “gaps” in American politics is based on frequency of church attendance. Voters who attend church once a month or more usually vote Republican; less than once a month or never, usually Democratic. The media tend to link religion to the religious right but much less frequently examine the quasi-religious worldview called secularism and its relatively recent influence among Democrats.

AEI’s Karlyn H. Bowman will join Michael Novak as moderator of this small, invitation-only luncheon for a dozen select overseas journalists.
Agenda
Noon
Reception
12:15 p.m.
Introduction:
Michael Novak, AEI
12:30
Discussion:
Karlyn H. Bowman, AEI
2:00
Adjournment
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