Gallup Survey Finds Stark Differences between Religious Devotion and Political Support

April 25, 2012

Very religious voters, who say religion is a key part of daily life and who attend a house of worship almost every week or more often, account for 41% of voters and back Romney over Obama by 54% to 37%, Gallup found. Nonreligious voters, who make up about a third of the electorate, support Obama over Romney by 61% to 30%.

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