So according to the Washington Post, more evangelicals are voting in this year's GOP primaries.
The proof? The percentage of voters who call themselves evangelical is up to 50% from 44% in 2008.
Ummm... dunno if you've noticed, Washington Post, but overall turnout is down in the GOP primaries. Like, more than 10% down. So while evangelicals represent a bigger share of the total, that doesn't mean their raw numbers are up. In fact, they're just about the same.
But you are going to believe, the laws of mathematics or a narrative that requires 'evidence' of a close race to survive?