Evangelical and Non-evangelical Voting and Views of Politics in America is a study sponsored by the Billy Graham Center Institute and conducted by LifeWay Research.
The study addresses numerous aspects of politics in America today including:
- Reasons Americans voted for the 2016 presidential candidate they did
- Support levels two years later for the candidate they voted for
- Political dialogue today
- Whether people feel they should support everything a political leader says and does if the leader is making important decisions they do support.
- Perceptions of evangelical Christians
The online survey of 3,000 Americans compares 1,000 who are not evangelicals, 1,814 who self-identify as evangelical, and 1,064 who have evangelical beliefs. LifeWay Research conducted the survey May 9-16, 2018.
The study’s findings are being released in multiple parts:
- Download the Research (Part 1)
- Download the Research (Part 2)
- Evangelicals Are Passionate About Politics, But Mostly Open to Opinions of Others by LifeWay Research
- Why Evangelicals Voted Trump: Debunking the 81% by Ed Stetzer and Andrew MacDonald, Christianity Today
- Evangelicals Show Little Political Change of Heart From 2016 Election by Aaron Earls, Facts & Trends