Updated 05/31/2012 01:05 PM
Quinnipiac poll: More pulpit, less politics?
To view our videos, you need to
install Adobe Flash 9 or above. Install now.
Then come back here and refresh the page.
NEW YORK -- A new Quinnipiac poll shows 38 percent of voters approve of the job Cardinal Timothy Dolan is doing when it come to leading Catholics in New York.
Results from the poll show 25 percent of voters say they do not approve of the way he's leading Catholics while 37 percent are undecided.
When asked about the Catholic Church's involvement in politics, 43 percent of voters say Catholic leaders are "too involved," 11 percent say they're "not involved enough," and 32 percent say their involvement is "about right."
Those polled were also asked about lawsuits filed by Catholic groups that challenge the birth control insurance issue, and 51 percent of Catholics said they approve of the lawsuits.