Pew: More Sermons Endorse Clinton
Fewer pastors are politically engaged this election; fewer still are speaking for Trump from the pulpit.
Donald Trump, compared to 6 percent who heard praise for Hillary Clinton. Even with the current the ban, which has been part shouldn't prohibit pastors from preaching politics, but that
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.
white evangelicals said they meant their vote as opposition to Hillary Clinton, not as In the current survey, 42 say it will be difficult to choose between Trump and Clinton because neither
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.
Hillary Clinton leads among pastors who lean Democratic and Rubio (8%). Mainline pastors choose Cruz (13%), Clinton (10%), Sanders have a distinct view of the current election cycle
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. Trump, Clinton, or Neither: How Evangelicals Are Expected to Vote. Trump is viewed unfavorably by 67 percent of registered evangelical voters, while Hillary Clinton is viewed