- Oct 27, 2020
A new presidential poll issued Oct. 15 by the Pew Research Center shows Catholic former Vice President Joe Biden, the Democratic nominee, ahead by 10 percentage points, 52 percent-42 percent, over the Republican incumbent, President Donald Trump.
Support for Republican President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden from voters who identify as religious appears to adhere to earlier patterns, a Pew researcher told a Georgetown University panel Sept. 15.
When it comes to several of the country’s racial and ethnic communities, one expert says, “a God gap simply doesn’t exist.” Instead, “most of them are both deeply religious and strongly Democratic.”
A new survey conducted by the Pew Research Center has found that while white Protestants remain the most important base for U.S. President Donald Trump, his approval ratings from most Christian groups, including Catholics, have dropped across the board since April.
Millennials are marrying later and delaying child bearing, complicating Catholic family life and formation.