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Will Churchgoers Determine Election Winner? Catholics? 'Nones'?

Election watchers parse how religious groups might decide the next U.S. president.

As election watchers prepare to parse tonight's exit polls and election results, CNN's Dan Gilgoff has put together six ways that religious demographics–including churchgoers, Catholics, and "nones"–could determine whether Barack Obama or Mitt Romney win the presidency.

Meanwhile, RNS offers a religious breakdown of 12 battleground states.

CT has posted our own cheat sheet of what to watch for on election night.

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