Evangelicals don’t think or vote as a one-size-fits-all cookie-cutter solidified voting block.
But they do comprise the majority (or plurality) of voters who lean Republican in every Super Tuesday state except for Massachusetts, which is why their influence in the voting booth is critical.
According to Pew Research data, 56 percent of evangelicals are Republican; 28 percent are Democrats. Pew notes that in 2016, more evangelicals are Republicans than they were in 2007.
So who are these voters and which candidate are they likely to support?