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CNN's Exit Poll Numbers on Evangelicals

CNN just announced that according to its exit polls today, McCain beat Obama among evangelicals by a margin of 72%-26%.

McCain did best with evangelicals in Mississippi, Alabama, Louisiana, and South Carolina, and worst (or least well) in Minnesota and Iowa. He had a majority of the evangelical vote in all states.

More to come. A lot more to come. (So far, CNN's website doesn't include its exit poll data on evangelicals. If you ask me, on the TV side of CNN's operations, the tech toys are getting in the way of presenting information helpfully. They're like the kids on Christmas who are more interested in the box the toy came in.)

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Posted:November 4, 2008 at 5:45PM
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