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Young Evangelicals Turning Backs On Republicans

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Whoever the Republicans pick to stand for president in 2024, they may not be able to count on as much support from the young evangelicals who weren’t old enough to vote last time around, according to a just-released study. Donald Trump rode to victory against Hillary Clinton in 2016 with significant help from white, Protestant evangelicals, who make up about one-fifth of the electorate. Around 77 percent of them backed the former president, according to Pew Research. But evangelicals ages 18-25 — representing about 13 percent of Gen Z — are not nearly as likely as their parents and grandparents to be influenced by Republicans, according to a new poll from Neighborly Faith, which bills itself a student movement that introduces Christians to young people of other religions…(READ MORE)

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