Evangelical approval of Trump remains high, according to new polling from Pew Research Center, but other religious groups, such as Catholics aren’t as supportive. Why? That’s a question worth asking but first let’s delve into the numbers a bit.
About 70 percent of white evangelical Protestants say they approve of the way Trump is handling his job. That number is actually a bit of a dip from his high earlier in his presidency but still very strong.
Trump’s approval among Catholics is starkly different and is now at 36 percent. But to be fair, let’s compare apples to apples.
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March 22, 2019 at 12:49 am
The "catholic" left follows the Pelosi, Biden, Cuomo "catholics" who vote pro abortion until the day of birth (some even after birth) and pro ss marriage. Then you have the Al Sharpton, Jessie Jackson
black Protestants who vote Democrat no matter what. Obama's pastor preached Black Liberation
Theology and Louis Farrakhan leads the Nation of Islam.
All vote Democrat.
Then you have the open borders Catholics who do not care about the safety of US citizens.
March 22, 2019 at 7:10 am
Because the Pope looks with sympathy to leftist parties, and so does the now reigning progressive wing in the Church.
Another, perhaps more interesting, question would be: why so many Catholics voted for Trump, notwithstanding the Pope's clear and direct stance on politics?
March 28, 2019 at 2:23 am
A prior question is why the dominant political parties presented us with such unhappy and unworthy candidates.
My rural area offers only paper ballots, and I wrote in my dog's name. No, it wasn't a wasted vote; to vote for an unworthy candidate would have been a wasted vote.