‘Trumpism’ and Fear of ‘Others’ Revealed as National Patterns in Baylor Religion Survey

“Trumpism” — a new form of nationalism that merges pro-Christian rhetoric with anti-Islam, anti-feminist, anti-globalist and anti-government attitudes — and a fear of “others” emerged as prominent patterns among Americans in the latest findings of the Baylor Religion Survey. …

The research is Wave 5 of the Baylor Religion Survey, one of the most extensive surveys ever conducted on religious attitudes in the United States. Participants were 1,501 adults chosen randomly from across the country to respond to the survey, designed by Baylor scholars and administered by the Gallup Organization. CONT.

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