Great news for evangelical Romney supporters – you are not alone!
Despite primary struggles with evangelical voters evidenced by losses in southern Bible Belt states, Mitt Romney has a large lead over President Barack Obama among white evangelical voters, a poll released Thursday showed.
The Public Religion Research Institute poll showed Obama carrying Catholic and mainline Protestant voters, as well as voters who did not identify a particular denomination.
Romney’s lead among white evangelicals was nearly 50 percentage points, as 68% chose him and 19% chose Obama in the survey.
This weekend, he even addressed the graduating class at Liberty University.
Watch it here:
- I’m a White Republican Raising a Black Kid: Deal With It
- More on Race and Adoption
- A Poignant Moment for Me
- The Joy of Pretty Things
- What It Was Like to Co-Write Bristol Palin’s Memoir
- A Military Wife’s Letter to her Local Church