Billy Graham Center Explains Survey on Evangelical Trump Voters
Wheaton College-based institute studied how and why both white and non-white believers voted in 2016.
(While most surveys only focus found that among all American evangelicals by belief (as defined by the research protocol of 4. Evangelicals value politics more than non-evangelicals.
White Evangelicals Grade Trump, Republicans, and the Media
Pew looks at satisfaction with the election, and what voters think the new president should do first.
In one of the first surveys after the 2016 presidential election gave him a B, according to new Pew Research Center data found that, as in the past few elections, campaign talk mostly
Top 10 Stats Explaining the Evangelical Vote for Trump or Clinton
(UPDATED) These surveys suggest how—and why—evangelicals will split more than usual in 2016 election.
But surveys that study evangelicals based on their beliefs and actions are much supporters find it hard to respect Clinton supporters [Pew Research Center #6]. 5) Politics & Bedfellows.
Latest Survey: Most Evangelicals Are Not Voting Trump
Measuring Americans by beliefs, not self-identity, makes a big difference in 2016 election polls.
he said. Methodology: LifeWay Research conducted the study Sept. 27 to Oct. 1, 2016. The survey data. The completed sample is 1,000 surveys. The
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.
new poll shows pastors have a distinct view of the current election cycle LifeWay Research is a Nashville-based, evangelical research firm that specializes in surveys about faith in
Pew: Most Evangelicals Will Vote Trump, But Not For Trump
With half of voters dissatisfied with both presidential candidates, white evangelicals primarily plan to oppose Clinton.
the election were held today, including about a third who 'strongly' back his campaign.”. “In the current survey, 42 And a January Pew Research Center poll found that 44 percent of white
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. Sarah Eekhoff Zylstra. May 05, 2016 4:12 PM. Image: Gage Skidmore / Flickr. Update (May 11): Donald Trump is viewed unfavorably by 67 percent of registered evangelical
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.
the results of all six of its monthly surveys so far.). Research recently offered a new-and-improved, research-based definition CT's past coverage of politics includes interviews (so far) with