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Hobby Lobby ran a full page ad in the Courier on July 1 citing Psalms 33:12, "Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord." Should the line between church and state be absolute? (Select up to 6 answers)

DISPLAYS YES: I can accept displays of religion in public buildings 133 votes

8.75%

DISPLAYS NO: There should be no displays of religion in public buildings 127 votes

8.36%

PRAYER YES: I am okay with non–denominational prayer before school events 139 votes

9.14%

PRAYER NO: There should be no prayer before any school event 120 votes

7.89%

COINS YES: I approve of the use of the phrase "In God We Trust" on U.S. coins 172 votes

11.32%

COINS NO: The U.S. should remove the phrase "In God We Trust" from all future U.S. coins 85 votes

5.59%

BIBLE YES: It's okay to teach the Bible in public schools 81 votes

5.33%

BIBLE NO: The Bible should not be taught in public schools 172 votes

11.32%

FUNDING YES: I'm fine with using public money to fund social programs run by Christian organizations 84 votes

5.53%

FUNDING NO: No public money should be used to fund social programs run by Christian organizations 165 votes

10.86%

TOO LITTLE: I think political candidates talk too little about their religious beliefs 99 votes

6.51%

TOO MUCH: I think political candidates talk too much about their religious beliefs 143 votes

9.41%

1520 total votes