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Both parties recognize the Democrats' scam
Topic - Robert P. Jones
Sen. Rand Paul, Kentucky Republican, is often described as both a tea party member and a libertarian, but it turns out that most libertarians aren't tea partyers.
New research says nearly 1 in 5 Americans are religious progressives, and some say they will outnumber religious conservatives in the next generation. But their diverse viewpoints may keep them from a cohesive movement to rival the religious right.
“Our new research shows a complex religious landscape, with religious conservatives holding an advantage over religious progressives in terms of size and homogeneity,” said Jones in a news release.
Jones agrees that transforming what PRRI has identified as religious progressives into a single-minded political movement would be a tall order.