WASHINGTON — The Catholic vote is “too close to call,” a survey from a Catholic research center at Georgetown University indicates.
“The vote of Catholics remains quite evenly split: 47% for President Obama and 45% for Gov. Romney,” CARA (The Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate) reported Sept. 17.
The statistically tied candidates have rarely topped 50% of the Catholic vote. The small percentage of Catholic registered voters will likely decide the winner of the Catholic vote in a country where one in four voters is Catholic.
CARA aggregated data from polls that surveyed a Catholic subgroup, including Pew, Gallup and TIPP.
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