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What do Utah, Idaho, Wyoming and Texas all have in common?
Deseret Morning News graphic They are the only states in the nation where most residents believe President Bush is doing a good job as president.
Utahns give Bush the highest job-approval rating of any state in the nation, a separate poll conducted a week ago by SurveyUSA found.
"Bush is a deeply moral man," and that reflects well for him in Utah, a conservative, moral state, said Joe Cannon, chairman of the Utah Republican Party.
But Utah is also the most LDS state in the nation. And members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, no matter where they live, are viewed as a "subgroup some of the most Republican voters in the nation," (Joe) Cannon said.