The disappearing god gap religion in the 2008 presidential election amazonde smidt corwin den dulk kevin froehle bryan fremdsprachige bucher. All of these factors obamas fluency in matters of faith and the fracturing of the religious right coupled with the influx of new especially younger voters ensured obamas election and the diminution of the god gap that had determined the 2004 election or did it the authors suggest that obamas election derived not so much from the defection of evangelical voters to the democratic ticket as from changing patterns of mobilization and the emergence of new discourses and . The disappearing god gap religion in the 2008 presidential election by corwin e smidt kevin r den dulk bryan t froehle james m penning stephen v monsma and douglas l koopman david e campbell university of notre dame otre dame indiana search for more papers by this author david e campbell university of notre dame otre dame indiana search for more papers by this author . The disappearing god gap religion in the 2008 presidential election paperback. By the 2008 presidential election however the political landscape appeared to have changed in some important ways in the presidential primaries democratic candidates redoubled their efforts to appeal to religious voters the christian right had become more fragmented as longtime leaders such as jerry falwell and d james kennedy had passed from the scene a new generation of evangelical voters appeared to be emerging one apparently more environmentally sensitive and less reflexively
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