Catholics are divided in the presidential race: 40 percent are for President George Bush and 40 percent for Senator John Kerry. Ralph Nader receives 2 percent, and 18 percent are undecided.
Incorporating undecided Catholics leaning toward a candidate into the total, Bush garners 47 percent and Kerry receives 49 percent of the Catholic vote.
Not bad coming from a Catholics for Choice poll. It is interesting that the poll finds Catholics rating life issues low, yet they are equally divided over their support for a pro-abort Catholic and a pro-life Methodist.