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How Religious Groups Voted
in the 2000 Presidential Election
Vote by Religion Bush Gore
White Evangelical Protestants
More Observant 84% 16%
Less Observant 55% 45%
White Mainline Protestants
More Observant 65% 35%
Less Observant 57% 43%
Black Protestants 4% 96%
Hispanic Protestants 33% 67%
Roman Catholics
More Observant 57% 43%
Less Observant 41% 59%
Hispanic Catholics 24% 76%
Mormons 88% 12%
Other Christians 28% 72%
Jews 23% 77%
Other Non-Christians 20% 80%
Seculars 35% 65%
All Voters 49.8% 50.2%
 


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