Poll: Most White Evangelicals Believe Majority Nonwhite U.S. Will Be Mostly Negative
PRRI’s 2018 American Values Survey found that 54 percent of white evangelical Protestants believe that the U.S. becoming a majority nonwhite nation in the future will be mostly negative.
Fifty-one percent of white evangelical Protestants favor passage of a law preventing refugees from entering the U.S., and 25 percent said here is nothing Trump could do to lose their support.
The poll also found that 68 percent of white evangelical Protestants have a favorable view of President Donald Trump despite his racism.
All other religious groups had negative views of Trump: black Protestants (80%), religiously unaffiliated Americans (75%), Hispanic Catholics (74%), non-Christian religious Americans (73%), white mainline Protestants (52%), and white Catholics (52%).