John C. Green
Ray C. Bliss Institute of Applied Politics at the University of Akron
Religion Gap Abides, Religion in the News, Spring 2011 [with
The 2010 election wasn't all about the economy.
Saints Need Apply,
Religion in the News, Winter 2009 [with Mark Silk]
Evangelical hostility to Mormonism cost Mitt Romney dearly.
Moral Values Did Count, Religion in the News, Spring 2005
Religion and religious commitment did, indeed, shape the 2004 election.
Co-written with Mark Silk.
"Religion Gap Swings
New Ways", Religion in the News, Winter 2005.
The new swing voters are pretty regular attenders and mainline
"Gendering the Religion Gap," Religion in the News,
Where the swing votes are. (Co-written with Mark Silk.)
"The New Religion
Gap," Religion in the News, Fall 2003.
Co-written with Mark R. Silk as part of a special supplement, "Religion and the
"The Undetected Tide," Religion in
the News, Spring 2003.
High church-attending, white evangelicals