Among the general population, the issues receiving the most attention were overall care and resources devoted to children – 82 percent said change was "absolutely necessary;" the quality of public education, 82 percent; and national security, 72 percent.
Among evangelical Christians, however, the top three priorities were "enhancing the health of Christian churches, upgrading the state of marriage and families, and improving the spiritual condition of the U.S."
According to research by the Barna Group in the US, the priorities of evangelical Christians devaite from those of average Americans more than any other subgroup.
This is news worth relishing. All those fundies who talk about the Family, Judeo-Christian values and that old time religion, they are the outsiders. Everyone else is more American than the people who claim to represent the American Way.