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Table A1: The Social Group Image of the Democratic Party (percentage of all three open-ended responses in each category)

Table A2: The Social Group Image of the Republican Party (percentage of all three open-ended responses in each category)

Table A3: Candidate Religion, Party, and Partisan Voting: Predicted probabilities and confidence intervals for being ``very likely" to support the candidate by party identification and candidate religion (or religion and party) treatment

Table A4: Are the Results Due to Ideology and Religious Orientations: Predicted probabilities and confidence intervals for being ``very likely" to support the candidate by party identification and candidate religion (or religion and party) treatment?controlling for ideology, respondent religion, and their interactions with the candidate religion treatment

Table A5: Predicted Probabilities from Ordered Logit, Multinomial Logit, and Stereotype LogitModels without Control Variables

Table A6: Predicted Probabilities from Ordered Logit, Multinomial Logit, and Stereotype Logit Models with Controls for Ideology, Respondent Religion, and Their Interactions with the Candidate Religion Treatment

Table A7: Are the Results Due to Cultural Issue Attitudes, Ideology, and Religious Orientations? Logit estimates of the effects of party identification, cultural issue attitudes, ideology, respondent religious orientation, and their interactions with the candidate religion treatment on candidate support

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