Wednesday, November 10, 2004

Some advice for Republicans:
the percentage of voters who attend church at least weekly was the same in 2004 as it was in 2000, and while Bush gained about one point with this group, he gained three to four points among those who attend church seldom or never. ("Yep, it was the atheist vote that really put Bush over the top in 2004," Hood notes dryly.)
I didn't buy the whole "moral values" line that the exit polls gave us. Unless it was the moral value of being willing to call terrorists evil. Many people I know(or read regularly) are not conservative socially, but thought the idea of John Kerry as Commander In Chief was ridiculous.

Glenn Reynolds has a related column up that is not to be missed.