With Donald Trump receiving the most evangelical support in the last three Republican primaries, pundits are beginning to opine why more evangelicals are voting for a man who admits that he never asks God for forgiveness rather than staunch conservatives who frequently tout their faith such as Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio. Although the speculation leading up to the primary elections was that Texas Senator Cruz, the son of a Baptist pastor, would gain the most support of evangelicals,

it was the billionaire real estate mogul who secured over 33 percent of the evangelical vote in Nevada, 40 percent of the evangelical vote in South Carolina and 27 percent of the evangelical vote in New Hampshire. Meanwhile, Cruz and Rubio, a practicing Catholic and a senator from Florida, have both failed to attract more 27 percent of the evangelical vote in each of the three state results. READ MORE