It’s no surprise that Evangelicals mostly voted for McCain. However, the good news is that roughly 3-4% more voted Democratic this time around than they did in 2004. Furthermore, Obama nearly doubled his support among younger evangelicals (aged 18-44) compared to John Kerry (from 16% to 32% among the 18-29 demographic). That definitely bodes well for the future, if, as I hope, it reflects a growing shift towards progressivism among younger evangelicals.
Christianity Today also put together this fascinating map revealing what percentage of voters self-identified as evangelicals in each state and what percentage of those voted for each candidate. (Lighter shades indicate higher percentage of McCain voters.) The highest was in Illinois, with 40% of evangelicals voting for Obama, though of course he has a home state advantage there. Next highest were Minnesota and Iowa, each with 38% for Obama.