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Courting Catholic voters: Their influence on the election

Courting Catholic voters: Their influence on the election

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As 20% of the eligible voting population is Catholic, they will make a big difference in this election. Since Joe Biden is Catholic, does a Catholic voter sway more towards him? On the other hand, does Amy Coney Barrett's nomination, who is also Catholic, mean that voters are more inclined towards President Trump this election?

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