You might find the info below interesting as you think about the outcome of the election tomorrow.
In the year 2008, the Evangelical vote nationwide was 26% of the total vote.
According to one article I read:
30% of the 2008 vote in Ohio was Evangelical;
31% of the vote in Iowa was Evangelical; and
26% of the vote in Wisconsin was Evangelical.
Senator John McCain won 74% of the Evangelical vote in 2008 to President Obama’s 24%.
This year, without much attention by the media, Ralph Reed has been conducting an unprecedented outreach to Evangelicals — getting them registered, and encouraging them to vote.