Today's Tuesday Report from Gallup (registration and pay required) has an interesting breakdown of the vote by church attendence. Among those who go to church once a week or more, Bush leads Kerry 57-39, among those who attend church rarely or never, Kerry leads 57-41, and those who attend semi-regularly split 49 percent for Bush and 47 percent for Kerry.
What's really interesting is the breakdown among men. Among men who regularly attend church, Bush leads 64-34, and among white men who regularly attend, Bush gets 70 percent to 27 percent for Kerry. As Gallup points out:
Churchgoing men -- especially white churchgoing men -- may very well wind up being one of the strongest groups supporting Bush this year, and may show the strongest support for a particular candidate of any subgroup this year. Perhaps only blacks, of whom about 80% to 90% will probably support Kerry, will show a stronger level of support for a candidate this year.