(CNN) - Religious voters were the subject of much speculation before the Pennsylvania primary. Early exit polling shows 39 percent of today's voters attend church weekly. Fifty-nine percent of them voted for Hillary Clinton while 41 percent voted for Barack Obama. Forty-three percent of today's voters say they attend church occasionally. Of this group, 51 percent went for Clinton and 49 percent went for Obama.
Thirty-six percent of today's Democratic primary voters were Catholic. Twenty-seven percent of today's voters were Protestant. Thirteen percent descibed themselves as "other Christian." Ten percent say they have no religion and 7 percent of today's voters were Jewish.