Chris Karpowitz, an associate professor at Brigham Young University, at the school’s political science department research lab in Provo. With their own history of facing religious bias, Mormons in reliably Republican Utah are worried about whether to support a nominee who denigrates Muslims. “The issue of religious liberty is an important one in the state, and the notion of a religious test for immigration raises deep concerns,” Karpowitz said.
Chris Karpowitz, an associate professor at Brigham Young University, at the school’s political science department research lab in Provo. With their own history of facing religious bias, Mormons in reliably Republican Utah are worried about whether to support a nominee who denigrates Muslims. “The issue of religious liberty is an important one in the state, and the notion of a religious test for immigration raises deep concerns,” Karpowitz said. KIM RAFF NYT
Chris Karpowitz, an associate professor at Brigham Young University, at the school’s political science department research lab in Provo. With their own history of facing religious bias, Mormons in reliably Republican Utah are worried about whether to support a nominee who denigrates Muslims. “The issue of religious liberty is an important one in the state, and the notion of a religious test for immigration raises deep concerns,” Karpowitz said. KIM RAFF NYT