Respondents were asked if they’d rather change their religions or change their political parties – the results: religion, 21 percent, and political party, 78 percent.
“It’s encouraging to discover that Generation Y has not divided itself by valuing partisanship above all other things,” India Trotter, CEO said. “As a group, this generation isn’t known for being identifiably religious, but it’s known for its ability to swing elections. This proves again that educating these voters on the issues makes all the difference, and that they’re not set in their ways.”
ChooseYourStance.com readers are also participating in another online poll this week, regarding their outlook for the next four years after the re-election of President Obama – who turned out young voters again this year at the polls, but who has been embroiled in religious controversy.
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