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THE BIBLE
Even McCain's and Obama's most religious supporters have starkly different views on the Bible.

 

 

UNCHRISTIAN CAMPAIGNS?
Many more Obama supporters believe McCain ran an unchristian campaign, rather than vice versa.

 

THE MOST RELIGIOUS VOTERS: REDUCING ABORTION
Among the most religious voters, Obama and McCain supporters differ sharply on the best way to reduce abortion.

 

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: GAY MARRIAGE
Even the most religious Obama supporters favor gay marriage, while almost no very religious McCain supporters do.

 

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.

 

EVANGELICALS: ABORTION
Half of evangelical Obama supporters are pro-choice, while all but a few evangelical McCain supporters are pro-life.

 

EVANGELICALS: REDUCING ABORTION
Evangelicals for Obama and McCain differ sharply on how best to reduce the number of abortions.

Most evangelical Obama supporters think the president--regardless of who it is--won't seriously affect the abortion rate, while most evangelical McCain supporters believe the Arizona senator would have reduced the rates more.

PRO-LIFE VOTERS
Pro-lifers for Obama and McCain differ sharply on how best to reduce the number of abortions.

Most pro-life Obama supporters think the president--regardless of who it is--won't seriously affect the abortion rate, while most pro-life McCain supporters believe the Arizona senator would have reduced the rates more.

TOP ISSUES
Evangelicals and frequent churchgoers for Obama cited the economy and the Iraq war as their top issues, while evangelicals and frequent churchgoers for McCain cited abortion and the character of the candidates.

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