(CHRISTIAN TODAY) – Evangelical Christians are once again expected to make their presence felt in the upcoming Republican primaries.
Evangelicals are America's biggest and most powerful religious voting bloc, representing a large slice of the electorate, CNN reported.
In 2012, 57 percent of people who participated in the Iowa presidential caucuses identified themselves as "born again" or evangelical.
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But evangelicals are not known to vote as a bloc, especially in the primaries, CNN said, noting that they disagree not only on the candidates but also on more basic principles like how active Christians should be in partisan politics.