Voters who never go to church who voted Democratic in 2006.
Voters who never go to church who did so in 2002.
White evangelicals who say they are unhappy that the Democrats won the midterm election.
White evangelicals who say they are happy that the Democrats won.
Black Protestants who say their churches offered election materials.
White evangelicals who reported this.
Source: Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life
These statistics, and many other fascinating numbers, come from exit poll data from the Pew Research Center for the People & the Press.1
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