Republican Primary Exit Poll
Democratic Primary Exit Poll
this black-white affair (where Obama won by taking more of the white vote
than Clinton did of the black), the only attendance category
that Clinton won was the Nevers—six percent
of the Democratic vote who split for her 56 percent to 44 percent. Not a big
deal. Obama did win the Catholic vote, 51 percent to 43 percent, but that
was thanks to the large number of black Catholics in the state. White
Catholics voters went for Clinton by a margin of 62 percent to 29 percent, a
margin larger than that by which white Protestants voted for her (54 percent
to 29 percent).
No surprises. Huckabee outstripped
McCain among the more-than-weeklies by better than two-to-one. In all other
attendance categories, McCain prevailed. Huckabee got the evangelicals,
McCain the non-evangelicals (56 percent and 54 percent respectively).
Likewise, Huckabee got the Protestants (52 percent) and McCain the Catholics
(55 percent). But there were twice as many Protestants as Catholics voting.