Most Pastors Aren't Voting Trump as Primaries Approach
(UPDATED) In Iowa, evangelicals split caucus votes mostly between Ted Cruz, Donald Trump, and Marco Rubio.
pastors have a distinct view of the current election cycle The phone survey of Protestant pastors was conducted January evangelical research firm that specializes in surveys about faith
Trump, Clinton, or Neither: How Evangelicals Are Expected to Vote
(UPDATED) More data on the question debated by Russell Moore, Robert Jeffress, and many others.
Research. its exit polls, white evangelicals composed 48 percent of Republican primary voters in 2016. CT has noted how most pastors aren't voting Trump, charts on evangelical voting
Jerry Falwell Jr. Endorses Donald Trump; Here's How Other Evangelicals Compare
(UPDATED) Yes, 'The Donald' draws five times more admiration than Billy Graham. But polls of religiosity and leaders tell a different tale.
Indeed, about 40 Pentecostal pastors laid hands on Trump and prayed for the results of all six of its monthly surveys so far CT's past coverage of politics includes interviews (so far) with