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‘Politically homeless’ Latter-day Saints dissatisfied with 2024 candidates

That a Republican nominee for president is not gaining majority support from Latter-day Saints is significant, says David Campbell, director of the Notre Dame Democracy Initiative. “This is a strongly Republican group,” Campbell said. “They should be strongly behind Trump, but they’re not.”

The US wants to decouple its military supplies from China – but can it?

Eugene Gholz, an associate professor of political science at the University of Notre Dame in Indiana, said the US still had significant advantages, saying the relationship is “not equally dependent” as the US economy is more flexible and innovative, and it has access to more alternative suppliers than China.

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