Different Worldviews for Obama, McCain Faithful
Half of John McCain voters believe Barack Obama is or was a Muslim, while many more Obama voters say McCain ran an 'unchristian' campaign, rather than vice versa.
BY: Steven Waldman and Dan Gilgoff
The most religious Obama supporters think the president--regardless of who it is--won't seriously affect the abortion rate, while most religious McCain supporters believe the Arizona senator would have reduced the rates more.
THE MOST RELIGIOUS VOTERS: BORN AGAIN?
Evangelicals comprise a major chunk of weekly churchgoers for McCain, but not for Obama.
Even the most religious Obama supporters are pro-choice, while very few religious McCain supporters are.
EVANGELICALS: CHURCH ATTENDANCE
The church attendance patterns for Obama and McCain voters are remarkably similar.
Half of evangelical Obama supporters are pro-choice, while all but a few evangelical McCain supporters are pro-life.
Ending his address, Sen. Barack Obama explains how he reacted to a voter's concerns about his fair-mindedness--and what he prayed for afterward.