And among voters who go to church weekly, Rick Santorum holds a 39.8%-29.8% lead over Mitt Romney.

 

We asked voters if Mitt Romney’s Mormon faith would make them more likely, less likely or make no difference to them in how they voted.   4.2% said it would make them more likely to vote for Mitt Romney while 10.8% of voters said it would make them less likely to vote for Mitt Romney.  84.2% said it would make no difference. 

 

But one in ten Republican primary voters are less likely to vote for Mitt Romney because of his Mormon faith.  Three regions of the state were particularly strong in being less likely to vote for Romney because of his Mormon faith:

 

Macomb County                      17.5% Less likely

West Michigan             17.2% Less likely

East Central                             14.9% Less likely

 

One out of six voters in Macomb County and West Michigan are less likely to vote for Mitt Romney because of his faith.