Acording to exit polls, John McCain is winning among America's Protestants but Barack Obama took the Catholics.
Among voters surveyed, 55 percent identified themselves as Protestant. They went for McCain by 53 percent to 45 percent.
While some Catholic bishops stressed the Church's opposition to abortion rights as the most-important issue for the faithful to consider, Catholics - who made up 26 percent of the voters today - went for Obama 53 percent to 45 percent.
Jewish voters - 2 percent of the electorate today - went heavily for Obama: 78 percent to 21 percent.
Twelve percent of those surveyed today say responded "none" when asked about their religion. They went for Obama 76 percent to 22 percent.