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LAWTON: According to exit polls from the 2000 elections, 60 percent of all people who attend religious services more than once a week voted for Bush. And the more often people worshipped, the more likely they were to vote Republican. Forty percent of Bush's total vote came from evangelicals.
That 40% is not only of Republicans, and epublicans decreased since. Now looking at Iowa:
Former Ark. Gov. Mike Huckabee Takes Republican Caucus in Iowa | TheLedger.com
...Republicans interviewed before they cast their votes ... included nearly 60 percent who identified themselves as evangelical Christians,
...but I forgot about Democrats among the evangelicals when citing the 25% figure:
"When Would Jesus Bolt?" by Amy Sullivan
In the last election, evangelicals made up 26 percent of the electorate, and 78 percent of them voted for Bush.
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