The non-religious are a lot more likely to vote Democratic than the very religious are to vote Republican, according to the latest Gallup poll. Here’s the chart:
In proportional terms, non-religious Americans are almost twice as likely to vote Democratic as Republican, while the very religious are just a bit more than 25 percent more likely to vote Republican than Democratic. The moderately religious are slightly more than 20 percent more likely to vote Democratic. The non-religious plus the moderately religious make up 60 percent of the electorate, equally divided.
Update: As Pastordan tweets, “Dems don’t have a ‘religion problem,’ GOP has a non-believer problem.”