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  1. It's Embarrassing to Be an Evangelical This Election | Slantpoint Democrat

    […] others) show the extent to which Trump has tapped into a set of deeply rooted racial attitudes. Here is the factual data about who his supporters are and what they say they believe. They are 91 percent white, 58 percent […]

  2. It's Embarrassing to Be an Evangelical This Election | A-Z BLAH!

    […] others) show the extent to which Trump has tapped into a set of deeply rooted racial attitudes. Here is the factual data about who his supporters are and what they say they believe. They are 91 percent white, 58 percent […]

  3. It's Embarrassing to Be an Evangelical This Election – Slantpoint

    […] others) show the extent to which Trump has tapped into a set of deeply rooted racial attitudes. Here is the factual data about who his supporters are and what they say they believe. They are 91 percent white, 58 percent […]

  4. It's Embarrassing to Be an Evangelical This Election - Democratsnewz

    […] others) show the extent to which Trump has tapped into a set of deeply rooted racial attitudes. Here is the factual data about who his supporters are and what they say they believe. They are 91 percent white, 58 percent […]

  5. It's Embarrassing to Be an Evangelical This Election | KJOZ 880 CALL IN TOLL FREE 1-844-880-5569

    […] others) show the extent to which Trump has tapped into a set of deeply rooted racial attitudes. Here is the factual data about who his supporters are and what they say they believe. They are 91 percent white, 58 percent […]

  6. Jerry N. Wesner
    Jerry N. Wesner at |

    It should always be embarrassing to be an Evangelical. They are the least informed, most easily manipulated segment of the populace.

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  7. The GOP’s big lie: They want us to believe Trump’s hateful rhetoric isn’t part of the conservative tradition. Don’t buy it | Newslair

    […] gets some things right. Non-Hispanic Caucasians account for almost all of Trump’s support — some studies put the number as high as 91 percent —  and what we know of their educational and economic […]

  8. The GOP’s big lie: They want us to believe Trump’s hateful rhetoric isn’t part of the conservative tradition. Don’t … – Salon | Archyxx

    […] gets some things right. Non-Hispanic Caucasians account for almost all of Trump’s support — some studies put the number as high as 91 percent —  and what we know of their educational and economic […]

  9. The GOP’s big lie: They want us to believe Trump’s hateful rhetoric isn’t part of the conservative tradition. Don’t … – Salon – Buzz News Online

    […] gets some points right. Non-Hispanic Caucasians account for almost all of Trump’s support — some studies put the number as higher as 91 percent —  and Exactly what we know of their educational and […]

  10. 4 Ways To Define Donald Trump Supporters | Arbiter News

    […] 1. Trump supporters by demographics […]

  11. Pat
    Pat at |

    It might be helpful to compare all candidates at this point so all voters know what message is appealing to whom, age, race, etc. so the public can take the pulse of America just as campaign managers do.

    The reason for voting is the message supposedly, and that translates into motivation for voting. These grass roots power matters more than polls for large crowd gathering. what are they after?

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  12. Trump Backers and College Students Both Need a 'Safe Space'

    […] who have fallen behind in the globalized economy through no fault of their own) is misleading. Polls, and now votes, have for quite some time confirmed that Trump’s supporters are not merely lower […]

  13. Trump's 'Safe Space' Movement – Commentary Magazine

    […] who have fallen behind in the globalized economy through no fault of their own) is misleading. Polls, and now votes, have for quite some time confirmed that Trump’s supporters are not merely lower […]

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