If the 2020 presidential election were held today, 82% of white evangelical Protestants would vote for Donald Trump’s reelection, according to a new survey released Wednesday by Pew Research Center.
Trump’s overall job approval rating among white evangelical Protestants is 72%—down 6% from the last poll, taken in mid-April—suggesting that his strong election numbers may be due to white evangelicals’ skepticism of his main opponent, former Vice President Joe Biden.
Of the religious groups surveyed, white evangelical Protestants were by far the most supportive of Trump: only 25% of white evangelical Protestants, leading to a net favorability rating of 47%. The second-most supportive group, non-evangelical white Protestants, only gave Trump a 15% net favorability rating.
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SOURCE: Charisma News