“Eighty-one percent of them voted for him in 2016. That’s 20 percentage points higher than Trump’s vote share among any other religious group. It’s higher than the percentage of WEPs who voted for George W. Bush, John McCain or Mitt Romney. The wide gap between WEPs and other faith communities in support for Trump persists to this day. Every other group, on balance, views Trump unfavorably. WEPs, by a ratio of 2 to 1, view him favorably.”
White Evangelical Protestants really are a huge part of Trump’s base. Which is a bit weird since he’s so different than them and he’s lived a life opposite of what they think is Christian.
Good article. Explains a lot.