The God Vote: Tea Party special
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The God Vote: Tea Party special

55% of tea party members believe that American is --and always has been --a Christian nation. Sally Quinn talks to Robert P. Jones of the Public Religion Research Institute on how the religious makeup of the tea party movement impacts their voting patterns and political priorities. (Georgetown University)

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