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2:1   Ratio of self-identified Republicans to Democrats among evangelicals ages 18-29.

4:1   Ratio in 2005.



70%   Evangelicals 18-29 who favor "making it more difficult for a woman to get an abortion."

55%   Evangelicals 30 and older who favor this.



31%   Americans who say they have a favorable impression of "Christian fundamentalist religions."

31%   Americans who say they have an unfavorable impression (the rest say they haven't heard enough to say or are unsure).



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