A survey of US adults on religion and politics.
TRUMP, A YEAR IN – US perceptions of his performance
- Only 2% of black (non Hispanic) people agreed that life in the USA was better since Trump assumed office, compared to 26% of Americans overall
- 49% of people who identify as born-again or evangelical Protestant agree that life in the USA is better under Trump
- When presented with a list of Trump’s achievements, born again or evangelical Protestants consistently show higher approval ratings than Americans overall
Date Published: 25/02/2018
Categories: International | Politics | Public and communities | Regions | Social | US
ComRes interviewed 1,003 US adults between 20th and 22nd February 2018. Data were sampled and weighted to be demographically representative according to the US Census . ComRes is a member of the British Polling Council and abides by its rules.