2008 – America’s 12 Religious Voting Blocs

The 2008 Twelve Tribes survey, conducted from June to August this year, divided American voters into 12 groups formed around similarities in religious beliefs and practices. The survey seeks to be more specific than normal political polls that mostly only divide voters into two groups – the Religious Right and Everyone Else.

Voters were divided into the following tribes:

The Religious Right
Heartland Culture Warriors
Moderate Evangelicals
White Bread Protestants
Convertible Catholics
The Religious Left
Spiritual but Not Religious
Seculars
Latinos
Jews
Muslims & Other Faiths
Black Protestants

The Christian Post

See also: The Twelve Tribes of American Politics in the ’08 Election

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