2018 American Values Survey: Politics

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  1. Jerod says:

    Why did the research seem to lump black and Hispanic protestants together while parsing out white *Evangelical* protestants? What are the numbers for black and Hispanic Evangelical protestants? I know the numbers are slim, but they are there.

  2. bob1 says:

    From what I know, the majority of black and hispanic Christians don’t think of themselves as “evangelicals.” That’s why you see the categories of black Protestant, Hispanic Protestant and Hispanic Catholic.

    White evangelicalism is a unique and, well, white phenomenon. Historically it started after World War II, folks like Harold Ockenga and Carl Henry. They were unhappy with the simplicity of fundamentalism but wary of “mainline” Protestantism.

  3. Jerod says:

    Ah, thanks for the input!

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