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Two Groups of Christians Seem Likely to Decide This Presidential Election

White evangelical Christians and white Catholics appear to be the key swing groups in this unusual presidential election. Although very different in some ways, both groups have responded to a Clinton-Trump race with even less enthusiasm than the electorate as a whole. Let's consider white evangelicals first. Strongly oriented toward Republican presidential candidates since the 1980's, this group views Trump's personal story and sometimes crude behavior with considerable disquiet.
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