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Black enrollment at Christian colleges, whether abortion views matter in voting, and other news numbers.
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29   Schools Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU) that have a black student enrollment of 10 percent or higher.

9   CCCU schools with 10 percent or higher black enrollment in 1997.

22   CCCU schools with black enrollment of 2 percent or lower.

33   CCCU schools with black enrollment of 2 percent or lower in 1997.

44%   Americans between the ages of 18 and 29 who agree "that in questions of religion, my own religion is right while other religions tend to be wrong."

25%   Americans over 60 who agree.

20%   Americans who say they would not consider voting for a presidential candidate whose position on abortion is different from their own.

53%   Americans who say they don't need to know a presidential candidate's position on abortion before deciding their vote.

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See our earlier Go Figure postings from August 2008, July 2008, June 2008, May 2008, April 2008, March 2008, February 2008, January 2008, December 2007, November 2007, October 2007, September 2007, and earlier issues.

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