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

 

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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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