Mormons' immigration attitudes set them apart

Editor's note: This article is the fourth in a five-part series examining survey findings on Mormons in America. Read the first, second and third articles.

The Pew Research Center's Forum on Religion and Public Life's survey of Mormons released this past week confirms that U.S. Mormons are more conservative (66 percent) compared to the general public (37 percent), and on most issues, they closely track white evangelicals. But immigration is one issue that sets Mormons apart from their evangelical counterparts.

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