There is one thing I don't get and it seems deliberately deceitful. You claim that those without religion make up the highest percentage of democratic voters at 24%. But looking a little closer, I see that black and white protestants have been separated into two different groups. Together, black and white mainline protestants, as well as evangelical protestants would make up 39%, and therefore a higher percentage than religiously unaffiliated democrats. This seems both misleading, and perhaps a bit racist as well. Protestants are the clear majority even in the democratic party, and to claim that democratic voters are mostly unaffiliated is an outright lie.