A Wonky (NPR Online) report reads:
The growing number of voters not aligned with a specific religion helped President Obama overcome deficits with Protestants and Catholics in key swing states. The Pew Research Center calls this group "nones" — agnostics, atheists and those who define themselves simply as "religious" or "spiritual but not religious."
Since each none is already part of a larger demographic group it might be tempting to say something like "What difference would it have made if an African-American woman in Cincinnati with a federal government job or a gay male college student in Pittsburgh also just happens to be an atheist?" but that would be simplistic like the left's long-held belief that every churchgoer is automatically a Tea Party Patriot. If only . . . READ THE REST