November, 2008

Survey | 2008 Post-Election Survey

[11.14.2008]

Religion in the 2008 Election: Post-Election Survey Executive Summary Sponsored by Faith in Public Life, in partnership with Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good and Sojourners, and conducted by Public Religion Research, the “Religion in the 2008 Election” post-election survey was based on telephone interviews with 1,277 voters from November 5-7, 2008 and has a margin of error of plus or minus 3 points. Key findings: Almost twice the number […]

Report | 2008 Exit Poll Analysis

[11.05.2008]

Exit Poll Analysis Shows Obama Making Inroads among Religious Voters Religious attendance and the so-called “God Gap” Obama increased his share among all church attendance groups, but he made his greatest gains among voters who attend church more than once per week, narrowing a 29-point GOP advantage (64% – 35%) to a 12-point GOP advantage (55% – 43%). This represents an 8-point increase among a strongly Republican group. Obama won […]