Survey: Trump Voters “Anti-Muslim, Anti-Feminist, Anti-Globalist”

Religion News Service’s Adelle M. Banks reports that a Baylor Religion Survey released on Thursday found that “Americans who voted for President Trump are often very religious, believe in an authoritative God and hold traditional views about gender.” The results, which were released at the annual meeting of the Religion News Association, also found that nearly three-quarters of Trump voters see Islam as a threat to America. Banks writes, “The authors of the survey describe ‘Trumpism’ as ‘a new form of nationalism which merges pro-Christian rhetoric with anti-Islam, anti-feminist, anti-globalist, and anti-government attitudes.”’

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