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A look at the vote in Ariz., Mich., by religion


A quick look at religion in the exit polls:

- Mormons made up 14% of Arizona GOP primary voters; Mitt Romney, who is Mormon, won them with 91%. Those numbers are up slightly from 2008, when Mormons were 11% of total, and Romney got 88% of them).

- In Michigan, GOP primary voters who identified as Catholics (30% of the total) voted for Romney (43%-37%) over the staunch conservative Catholic, Rick Santorum.

- But Santorum won evangelicals/born-again Christians (42% of total) by a wide margin -- 50%-32% over Romney.