Bush win a moral victory for some New Jersey voters
(11/04/04) CHATHAM Statistics show a large number of people who voted for President Bush on Election Day did so because they were concerned about moral issues.
Some people in New Jersey who voted for Bush say the presidents religious views were a factor in their choice. While many of those voters say they are not in favor of the Iraq war, they agree with Bushs stance on several other topics.
Some residents say the term morality may have a broader meaning for different people. Participants in a study on voter opinion at the Drew Theological School say some voters at the polls felt strongly about abortion and same-sex marriage, while others were concerned about education and the poor in the U.S.