By Hemant Mehta
We already know that most American voters with no religious affiliation support Democrats. Roughly 68% of the “Nones” supported Hillary Clinton in 2016. But that’s lower than the percentage of white evangelicals who backed Donald Trump (81%) even though our numbers are roughly the same. (Nones, evangelicals, and Catholics are each about 23% of the population.)
That means there’s a lot of room for someone like Joe Biden to pick up votes from the Nones.
How can he do that? What issues should he support? Would reaching out to atheists and agnostics backfire on him?
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