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Trump and Evangelical Voters

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Dr. Jim Guth

The Republican Party has long been a stronghold of religious voters, but how are those same voters responding to Donald Trump as their party’s nominee?  In an interview with Minnesota Public Radio, Furman political science professor Jim Guth, along with Dartmouth professor Randall Balmer, talked about how Evangelicals are responding to Trump’s campaign and what they’re looking for in a nominee.

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