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69%

White evangelicals who voted for Republicans in this year's midterm elections.

68%

White evangelicals who voted for Republicans in the last midterm elections.


2 of 3

Evangelical voters who say they approve of Bush's actions in the Iraq war.

2 of 3

Non-evangelical voters who say they disapprove.


51%

Weekly churchgoers who voted for Republican candidates.

58%

Weekly churchgoers who voted for Bush in 2004.

Sources: ABC News, The New York Times, The New Republic



Related Elsewhere:

Sources for these figures include:

Losing Faith in GOP | Early exit polls: third of white evangelicals voted democratic. (ABC News)
Exit Polls Show Independents, Citing War, Favored Democrats | The economy, corruption, terrorism and Iraq, according to the exit polls, were extremely important factors. (The New York Times)
Crisis of Faith. | How Fundamentalism Is Splitting the GOP. (The New Republic)
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