WASHINGTON — A survey suggests that Roman Catholic voters are about evenly split between President George W. Bush Bush and Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry.
The Georgetown University poll found 45 percent of likely Catholic voters supporting Kerry, while 41 percent back Bush.
But the pollsters said their margin of error was 3.5 percentage points.
The survey was conducted one month ago.
About 23 percent of voting-age adults call themselves Catholics.
Well obviously that was not a survey of Georgetown’s theology professors. %45 for Kerry would be way too low.