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McCain’s Evangelical Surge Helped Obama With Mainline Protestants October 15, 2008

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Huffington Post

Steven Waldman

Posted October 15, 2008 | 11:44 AM (EST)

With all the attention showered on evangelical Christians and Catholics, we’ve neglected the religious group partly driving Barack Obama‘s recent surge in the polls: mainline Protestants.

This bucket includes the historic American churches that once dominated the spiritual landscape but have been losing members in recent years: United Methodist Church, Lutherans, Presbyterian Church in the USA, American Episcopal Church, United Church of Christ. Their members represent 18% of the population. Source Article

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