Robert Jones

Public Religion Research Institute

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Robert P. Jones is CEO of the Public Religion Research Institute, a nonprofit, nonpartisan research group. He is the author of The End of White Christian America.

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Evangelicals overwhelmingly backed President Trump in 2016 and remain among his most loyal followers. Prominent pastors offer frequent public praise of the president.

Are Evangelicals betraying their principles in pursuit of politics?

Evangelicals overwhelmingly backed President Trump in 2016 and remain among his most loyal followers. Prominent pastors offer frequent public praise of the president.

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Day Two of the GOP convention was more about demonizing Hillary Clinton than extolling Donald Trump -- nominated by delegates who were still divided.

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Day Two of the GOP convention was more about demonizing Hillary Clinton than extolling Donald Trump -- nominated by delegates who were still divided.

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