The Huffington Post reports…
“Evangelicals showed up in stunning solidarity to help elect Donald Trump on Tuesday ― and they weren’t alone.
Standing beside evangelical Christians in their support for Trump were a majority of Catholics, Mormons, other Protestant groups and an assortment of other Christian denominations.
Every other religious and non-religious group of Americans voted in majority for Hillary Clinton.
Christian Americans, including Catholics, made up 75 percent of the voting population, according to exit polls. And a majority of them supported a candidate whose xenophobia, promiscuity and belligerence made him an unlikely pick for Christians who have claimed a moral high ground in previous election cycles.
White evangelicals backed Trump by a margin of roughly 81 percent to 16 percent who voted for Clinton, according to FiveThirtyEight. In some states, the percentage favoring the Republican candidate was even greater….”