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Thursday, August 13, 2009

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Ed Peters

The cat-to-poll analogy is brilliant. Positively brilliant.

As soon as I read that "self-identified Christians" is the subject group of a poll, I stop reading. The results will be meaningless.

Shaun G

I'm as befuddled by this as you, Carl.

It's obvious that the categories are ordered from (in the publisher's opinion) "most Christian" to "least Christian," with Liturgical Christians in the middle — despite the fact that many Liturgical Christians, as you point out, also qualify as Active Christians under their criteria.

His Prince Michael

Being a former-Broadcaster, remember "The Golden Rule"
of (ANY) Poll: Those with the gold, MAKE the poll.

Manuel G. Daugherty Razetto

Polls have been a useful tool for the left,forever. Carl's comment on the validity of them is quite on the point.
One can divide Catholics in many ways, particularly at present time when the Church is confused, in chaos and full of homelessness feeling.

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