For several elections, Republicans have dominated among the most religious and Democrats among the secular.
Based on the first wave of exit polls, Obama has narrowed the God Gap considerably, dramatically improving on John Kerry's 2004 performance among those who attend church frequently.
Bush beat Kerry among weekly church-goers by 61%-39%. McCain is beating Obama 54%-44%
Another key group is the Sorta Religious. Those who attend a few times a month or a few times a year. Among those who attend a few times a month, went for Bush 50%-49%. Obama is winning this group, 52%-47%, according to the first wave of exit polls.
(Originally posted at Steve Waldman's blog at Beliefnet.)