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82% of Evangelical Christians Support President Donald Trump, According to New Pew Research

Duluth, Ga. – New results from a recent Pew Research Center poll reveals that President Trump continues to have strong support from evangelical Christians, with 82% of white evangelicals saying they will vote for President Trump or lean towards voting for him. This number is up from the 77% support Pew found in the 2016 exit polls. The poll also found that about 91% of white evangelicals do not think Joe Biden will make a good president. The Pew Research Center survey was conducted from June 16 to 22, 2020.

“President Trump continues to have strong support from evangelical Christians because of his emphasis on Biblical values,” said Timothy Head, executive director of the Faith & Freedom Coalition. “President Trump has shown time and time again that he keeps his promises and that he is pro-life, pro-faith and pro-family. On behalf of the Faith & Freedom Coalition, with over 2 million members and supporters, we celebrate President Trump’s commitment to the faith community and his desire to keep God at the center of our nation. We’re continuing to mobilize faith-based voters to get to the polls this November, for an election that will set the trajectory for the rest of the decade.”

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