From a Libertarian Party email blast:
The First Amendment to the Constitution says “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof. . .”
In religion, as in all things, Libertarians are a diverse group. I think this is one of the great beauties of Libertarianism. We have devout Christians working side-by-side with staunch Atheists working side-by-side with Jews and Muslims and Pagans and people of every other religious conviction.
Obviously, these religious groups disagree on many things. But, as Libertarians, we all fundamentally respect each other’s rights to worship and live our lives as we choose and to make sure the government stays out of it.
I’ve long maintained that smaller government enables diverse religious groups to coexist peacefully and respectfully.
I’m curious about how the religious makeup of the Libertarian Party compares to that of Americans in general.
If you would, please click here to respond to an informal poll.
I consider myself to be a Libertarian politically and the word that best describes my religions is:
If we didn’t list a category here that you feel expresses your preferences, please email us and let us know so that we can add it and include you in this poll.
Thank you for participating in this informal poll. I’ll share the results with you in a few days.