Voters with no religious affiliation supported Democratic candidates and abortion rights by staggering percentages in the 2022 midterm elections. Between two-thirds and three-quarters of nones supported Democratic candidates in statewide races in Arizona and Wisconsin. Majorities of Democratic voters across all religious affiliations say abortion should be legal at least most of the time, but 6 in 10 Democratic voters unaffiliated with a religion say it should always be legal, compared with about 4 in 10 Democratic voters affiliated with Christian traditions. In general, 69% of Democratic voters unaffiliated with a religion identify as liberal, compared with 46% of Christians who voted for Democrats. And for the same reason — despite religious differences, he sees Warnock as sharing many of the values of secular voters.
Source: Huffington Post December 04, 2022 15:42 UTC