That Clintn e-mial story is barried somewhere, this is on the front page:
well folks aren't picking it out of a hat. even if they're not ardent practitioners there are typically cultural components that go along with religion, whether it is conscious or not.
that is to say that it is demonstrated although perhaps not explicitly as such. so i guess you could call it 'systemic spirituality'.
i'd agree that the figure is not 90% in any case.
and while i'm not a christian (or Wotanist) i'm very well-acquainted, put er that way. it's incredible how different the various grains and strains can be and i wonder if Fox has the same reach into - for instance - catholicism as practiced by folks from south of the various borders as it does with irish catholics, protestants, baptists, etc etc. i'd guess that the number gets whittled somewhat.
on the other hand, national politics and media narratives freely conflate religion, socioeconomic status, culture, race, etc so i really wouldn't wonder at somebody of majority status adopting a victim's pose.