While a new survey released this week by the PRRI confirms a great deal of what we already know about religion in the 2012 presidential race, it does provide some striking new data about perceptions of Mormonism among younger voters.
Here are the familiar findings:
About 40% of Americans are at least somewhat uncomfortable with the idea of a Mormon president.
More Democrats (50%) report discomfort with an LDS president than Republicans (36%) or Independents (38%). ...