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As many as 70 percent of certain mainline Protestants say homosexuality should be accepted by society.
The final Pew Research Center presidential poll looks much like other national surveys.
It also shows most voters don't think McCain is too old to be president.
Hillary Clinton may be a Democratic favorite, but if Republicans had to choose which Democratic candidate they'd like to see win the nomination, she wouldn't be the pick. In a new poll released today by the Pew Research Center, the two candidates who are closely following Clinton in the polls—Barack Obama and John Edwards—are more popular with GOP voters. Twenty-one percent of Republicans and Republican-leaning registered voters said they'd pick Obama to win the nomination, and 17 percent chose Edwards. Clinton came in third, with 11 percent.