With Rick Santorum out of the Republican contest for the presidential
nomination and Mitt Romney all but the official nominee, the political
question of the moment is whether evangelicals will support Romney in
the general election.
In the general election, most Republican evangelicals will likely vote
for Romney, based on previous elections. Overall, around two-thirds of
evangelical voters are expected to vote Romney in the general election.
In head to head between Romney and President Obama, 72 percent of
evangelicals would vote for Romney, compared to 25 percent who would
vote for Obama, according to Pew. Just 21 percent of evangelicals approve of Obama, compared to 51 percent of Americans.
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