"Trump's support among white evangelicals at this stage of his presidency is strikingly solid. While there are modest differences by gender, Trump's favorability among white evangelical women is still a robust 71 percent, compared to 81 percent among white evangelical men. And Trump's favorability is still a strong 68 percent among college-educated white evangelicals, compared to 78 percent among those without a college degree," Mr. Jones says. "Looking ahead to the 2020 election, Trump's support among white evangelicals is also strong. White evangelical Protestants who identify with or lean toward the Republican Party say they would prefer Donald Trump, rather than another candidate, to be the GOP nominee for president in 2020 (69 percent vs. 23 percent)."
"Americans generally believe that minority religions are an important part of their communities," he said. "Most critically, familiarity breeds tolerance and even acceptance. Negative attitudes tend to decline as people interact more with members of lesser-known religions."