Obama Victory Buoyed by Non-Religious

Monday, December 10th, 2012 and is filed under Elections, Family Values, News

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It all get’s back to your belief in a higher being.  When you have a small God, you have a large government.  According to a new analysis cited by NPR, Obama was largely buttressed by a landslide showing among those who are unaffiliated with any religion:

— In Ohio, Obama lost the Protestant vote by 3 points and the Catholic vote by 11, but he won the “nones” — 12 percent of the state’s electorate — by 47 points.

— In Virginia, Obama lost Protestants by 9 points and Catholics by 10 points, but won 76 percent of the “nones,” who were 10 percent of the electorate.

— In Florida, Obama lost Protestants by 16 points and Catholics by 5 points, but captured 72 percent of the “nones.” They were 15 percent of the electorate.