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How the Twelve Tribes Voted on the Issues,
a Two-Party Breakdown
Most Important IssueTwelve Tribes2004 Presidential
Two-Party Vote
BUSHKERRY
Economic IssuesReligious Right68%33%
Traditional Christians37%63%
Moderate Evangelicals41%59%
Conventional Mainline Protestants43%57%
Convertible Catholics35%65%
Religious Left25%75%
Spiritual but not Religious37%63%
Seculars35%65%
Latino Christians23%78%
Non-Christians43%57%
Jews0%100%
Black Protestants7%93%
Total32%68%
Foreign Policy IssuesReligious Right88%13%
Traditional Christians81%19%
Moderate Evangelicals72%28%
Conventional Mainline Protestants65%35%
Convertible Catholics61%39%
Religious Left37%63%
Spiritual but not Religious50%50%
Seculars31%69%
Latino Christians38%62%
Non-Christians13%88%
Jews46%54%
Black Protestants44%56%
Total55%45%
Social IssuesReligious Right97%3%
Traditional Christians91%9%
Moderate Evangelicals88%12%
Conventional Mainline Protestants58%42%
Convertible Catholics82%18%
Religious Left17%83%
Spiritual but not Religious25%75%
Seculars6%94%
Latino Christians91%9%
Non-Christians14%86%
Jews25%75%
Black Protestants35%65%
Total70%30%
May not add to 100% due to rounding


How the Twelve Tribes Voted on Important Issues
Twelve TribesEconomic IssuesForeign Policy IssuesSocial Issues
Religious Right17%29%47%
Tradtional Christians25%30%35%
Moderate Evangelicals32%33%21%
Conventional Mainline Protestants39%42%14%
Convertible Catholics41%42%10%
Religious Left33%41%17%
Spiritual but not Religious42%26%27%
Seculars27%52%14%
Latino Christians44%21%26%
Non-Christians16%58%18%
Jews29%50%8%
Black Protestants59%14%17%
Total33%35%24%
May not add to 100% due to rounding

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