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Inside the Beltway: Catholics outraged by ignorance from network news

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POLL DU JOUR

• 60 percent of Americans say the Republican Party is most attuned to religious conservatives; 9 percent cite Democrats, 11 percent say the parties have equal sensitivity, 11 percent say “neither.”

• 31 percent say Republicans are most attuned to military personnel; 23 percent cite Democrats, 31 percent say the parties have equal sensitivity, 10 percent say “neither.”

• 37 percent say Republicans are most attuned to small-business owners; 31 percent cite Democrats, 15 percent say the parties have equal sensitivity, 10 percent say “neither.”

• 29 percent say Republicans are most attuned to retirees; 31 percent cite Democrats, 20 percent say the parties have equal sensitivity, 16 percent say “neither.”

• 30 percent say Republicans are most attuned to “you and your family”; 37 percent cite Democrats, 15 percent say the parties have equal sensitivity, 16 percent say “neither.”

• 27 percent say Republicans are most attuned to the middle class; 40 percent cite Democrats, 17 percent say the parties have equal sensitivity, 14 percent say “neither.”

• 5 percent say Republicans are most attuned to gays and lesbians; 63 percent cite Democrats, 13 percent say the parties have equal sensitivity, 14 percent say “neither.”

Source: An NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll of 1,000 U.S. adults conducted May 16-20.

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Jennifer Harper

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