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Mistrust Between Mormons, Evangelicals Isn't Hurting Romney

Even as Mitt Romney marches steadily toward the Republican Party's presidential nomination, a new poll released on Thursday underscores lingering distrust between members of his Mormon religion and the evangelical community that constitutes a large bloc of voters in South Carolina.

Half of all Mormons say evangelicals are unfriendly toward them, according to a survey from the Pew Research Center's Forum on Religious & Public Life. Only 18 percent of Mormons characterized them as friendly. 

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