Americans see God in the economy, survey finds
The Huffington Post, looking at the results, pointed out "the strong disbelievers being more than twice as likely as the strong believers to make $100,000 or more a year."
The Post put the survey in a context of the politicians debating what lessons they "should draw from religion to address issues such as the nation's deficit." For example, the Sojourners evangelical group want a shared sacrifice to help the poor. Others argue for a prosperity gospel that God will financially bless believers.