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According to a new survey from Gallup, a majority of Americans from various religious and nonreligious backgrounds support having prayer in public school. TheDailyCaller.com reports that the survey results showed that a “majority of adults, 61 percent, favor allowing daily prayer in the classroom, while 37 percent are opposed.” The survey also showed that “89 percent of Protestant Christians supported allowing official prayers at graduation, 44 percent of those with no religion and 35 percent of those with no religion supported daily classroom prayer.” With all the problems in public schools, a little bit of prayer couldn’t hurt. I’m Chad Whittle on A Whittle Bit of Commentary.
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