Another Quinnipiac survey released May 27 showed Bush leading Kerry 48% to 41% among Catholic voters, with 3% going to Nader. American Catholics have historically leaned Democratic, but in recent decades have become a key swing vote in the Midwest states that Kerry must win to have a chance in November.
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