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The First Evangelical Exit Poll Numbers

Gawker and other sites are leaking early exit poll data. Here's a bit so far:

In Indiana, 42% of voters are white evangelicals, up from 35% in 2004. McCain is getting 68% of their support. Bush captured 77% of the vote in 2004.

In Missouri, white evangelicals are 38% of the vote in and they are backing McCain by 67% to 32%. Not as strong a showing as Bush in 2004.

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Posted:November 4, 2008 at 5:40PM
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The First Evangelical Exit Poll Numbers