America could be standing on the precipice of the "Mormon Moment," according to a new survey that says most members of the religion believe the country is ready to elect a Mormon president. The just-released Pew Survey, "Mormons in America," overall shows a mixed bag of ideas and feelings Mormons have about how the general public sees them. Sixty-two percent of Mormons surveyed say the American people are uninformed about Mormonism. And nearly half (46 percent) say they face discrimination.
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