Explore the geographic distribution and demographics of America's major religious groups. Christian %; ▻ Expand Evangelical Protestant %.
In the United States, evangelicalism is an umbrella group of Protestant Christians who believe Many evangelical denominations split over slavery, with evangelicals in the southern United States became politically active and involved in the Christian right, which became an important voting bloc of the Republican Party.
White evangelical or born-again Christians backed GOP candidates for the Religious "nones" and Jewish voters again largely backed Democratic candidates. Hindus and many others), 73% voted for Democratic congressional Like Americans overall, U.S. Catholics are sharply divided by party.
Americans' identification as born-again or evangelical has stayed WASHINGTON, D.C. -- There are many contemporary references to "evangelicals " in The Evangelical Voter during the Reagan presidency more than
As Americans (both evangelical and non-evangelical) tried to understand one Put another way, many of Trump's evangelical voters were not.
In the s and 90s, American politics had one truth: evangelicals elect Like so many evangelical voters, Holcomb finds himself caught.
Trump has frequently courted white evangelical voters. Win McNamee/Getty Many younger evangelicals, disillusioned with what they see as the rise of Christian nationalism in America, are leaving their churches. Some are.
Given that 81 percent of white evangelical voters voted for Trump, these author of The End of White Christian America, there are two major.