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Obama's white evangelicals

Today's Fox poll has McCain leading Obama among white evangelicals by 61 percent to 25 percent. Bush beat Kerry among white evangelicals by 77 percent to 23 percent. So in spite of Sarah Palin's selection, Obama remains ahead of Kerry's pace in this demographic. Should he win his share of the undecideds, he'd reach 29 percent–not as good as Bill Clinton but a significant pickup nonetheless.

(Originally posted at Spiritual Politics)

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Posted:September 10, 2008 at 3:12PM
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Obama's white evangelicals