Let me make this very simple.
If you attend religious service frequently then you probably voted for Mitt Romney.
If you don’t go to church that often then you probably voted for President Obama.
That’s not my analysis. That is according to the respected Pew Research Center. Read a partial excerpt below:
As in other recent elections, those who attend religious services most often exhibited the strongest support for the Republican presidential candidate. Nearly six-in-ten voters who say they attend religious services at least once a week voted for Romney (59%), while 39% backed Obama. Romney received as much support from weekly churchgoers as other Republican candidates have in recent elections.
Those who say they never attend religious services were again among the strongest Democratic supporters in the presidential election. More than six-in-ten voters who say they never attend religious services voted for Obama (62%). Voters who say they attend religious services a few times a month or a few times a year also supported Obama over Romney by a 55% to 43% margin.
Is there anything left to be said? Discuss.
The full poll is here.