|Religion and the 2012 Florida Republican Primary |
In his commanding win in the Florida primary, Mitt Romney received strong support from Catholics and voters who do not describe themselves as white born-again/evangelical Christians. Among both white evangelicals and Protestants, Romney ran about even with Newt Gingrich. READ THE FULL ANALYSIS >|
|FEB. 1 - AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE|
Agence France-Presse explores the Pew Forum's new analysis
of exit poll results from the Florida Republican presidential primary. The analysis finds that among the four-in-ten Florida primary voters who described themselves as white evangelical Christians, 38% voted for Newt Gingrich while 36% voted for Mitt Romney.
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