Twelve Tribes: 2004 and 2000 Comparison

How did the votes of the Twelve Tribes in 2004 compare to 2000?

 

How the Twelve Tribes Voted
Twelve Tribes 2004 2000
Bush Kerry Bush Gore
Religious Right 88% 12% 84% 16%
Traditional Christians 72% 28% 62% 38%
Moderate Evangelicals 64% 36% 61% 39%
Conventional Mainline Protestants 58% 42% 57% 43%
Convertible Catholics 55% 45% 43% 57%
Religious Left 30% 70% 49% 51%
Spiritual but not Religious 37% 63% 32% 68%
Seculars 26% 74% 34% 66%
Latino Christians 45% 55% 29% 71%
Non-Christians 23% 77% 28% 73%
Jews 27% 73% 27% 73%
Black Protestants 17% 83% 4% 96%
Total 51% 49% 50% 50%

May not add to 100% due to rounding



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