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Friday, November 05, 2004

Christians supported Bush this election!
"According to national exit polls, President Bush won 52% of the more than 31 million Catholic votes cast on Tuesday (which represents 27% of the electorate this year). Senator John Kerry, who tried to paint himself as a devout Catholic, received only 47% of the Catholic vote...
President Bush’s Catholic support was even greater among regular Mass-goers. He won this subgroup by a margin of 56%-43%...
President Bush fared well in the Protestants/Other Christians category as well. This segment composed 54% of the electorate on Tuesday. They supported the president by a margin of 59-40%. Within the block of Protestants, Bush won 78% of white Evangelicals compared with Kerry’s 21%. When you examine those among this group who attend church at least once a week, the number for the president skyrockets to 96%-4%. Analysts point to the roughly 4 million new evangelical voters this election as a critical reason for the president’s success..."

MORAL VALUES WERE THE HIGH PRIORITY OF BUSH SUPPORTERS!

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