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July 4, 2006
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More U.S. voters would vote for a Jewish presidential candidate than a Muslim, Mormon or evangelical Christian one, according to a new poll. Fifteen percent of those questioned in the Los Angeles Times/Bloomberg poll said they would not vote for a Jewish candidate, as opposed to 54 percent who said they would not vote for a Muslim candidate, 37 percent who would not vote for a Mormon and 21 percent who would not pull the lever for an evangelical Christian.

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