NASHVILLE (BP) -- America has its problems and needs to talk. But according to a new study, few Americans agree on who can best lead a conversation about the nation's woes.
Less than a quarter (23 percent) would turn to the office of the U.S. president. About 1 in 10 would turn to the nation's preachers (11 percent) or to college professors (10 percent), a survey by LifeWay Research shows.
"Almost no one would ask a musician or pro athlete," said Scott McConnell, executive director of LifeWay Research, "even though they often try to start public conversations. Read More