Vicar’s daughter Theresa May can’t take Christian votes for granted. Here’s why

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The Palace of Westminster, where there appears to be a disconnect from Christian voters.Reuters

Theresa May is increasingly vocal over her own Christian faith and defending what she describes as British Christian values.

But in the wake of her calling a snap general election for June 8, it is worth examining the most recent detailed polling data on political views and priorities among voters who are practising Christians.

The Christian charity Tearfund commissioned the polling company Comres to research into Christian political positions immediately after the last general election in June 2015.

May, the Conservative leader, might do well to examine the findings before drawing up her party’s official manifesto. For although practising Christians apparently voted broadly in line with the public by party (except for a notably higher proportion of

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