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Mil­lions of vot­ers of faith voted over­whelm­ingly for Pres­i­dent

Trump in Novem­ber, and they re­main his most loyal sup­port­ers, ac­cord­ing to the Faith & Free­dom Coali­tion, which hosted the pres­i­dent as a can­di­date and pub­licly prayed for him dur­ing his cam­paign.

“Faith-based vot­ers who ush­ered Pres­i­dent Trump into of­fice last Novem­ber — who were con­fi­dent in his com­mit­ment to the sanc­tity of hu­man life, and to his pledge to fill the Supreme Court va­cancy with a jus­tice who would re­spect the Con­sti­tu­tion — are ex­tremely pleased with his record of ac­com­plish­ment this early into his pres­i­dency,” says Ralph Reed, chair­man of the grass-roots or­ga­ni­za­tion, which boasts more than 1 mil­lion mem­bers.

He cites sur­veys re­leased this week by ABC/Wash­ing­ton Post and NBC/Wall Street Jour­nal that re­veal, among other things, that Mr. Trump’s strong­est base of sup­port re­mains evan­gel­i­cals: 70 per­cent con­tinue to sup­port him, as do 52 per­cent of con­ser­va­tive Catholic vot­ers.

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