In the end, change mattered more than experience for Iowa's Democratic caucus-goers, and church, faith and values were priorities for Republicans.
The narratives that drove the Democratic and Republican campaigns in the months-long buildup to the presidential caucuses in Iowa played out in stark numbers, according to an early analysis of pre-caucus entrance polls conducted Thursday evening.
Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, a former Baptist minister who heavily courted social conservatives, apparently benefited from a substantial turnout of evangelical Christians. Huckabee won the Republican caucuses handily. (See the Republican entrance polls) Read full article »