White Evangelicals Are More Likely to Believe in QAnon Than Any Other Faith Group, Poll Finds

“White evangelical Protestants are much more likely than other religious groups to believe that Trump has been secretly fighting a child-sex-trafficking ring that includes prominent people on the left,” Daniel Cox, the author of the survey and director of the AEI Survey Center on American Life, told Newsweek.

“White evangelical Protestants are also much more likely to say that the deep state has been working to undermine the Trump administration and that antifa was mostly responsible for the violence at the U.S. Capitol,” he said.

Additional information gathered from the survey found that 39 percent of Republican voters said they agreed that political violence may be necessary if elected leaders fail to act.

White Evangelicals Are More Likely to Believe in QAnon Than Any Other Faith Group, Poll Finds

They now believe in false prophecy that Trump will be sworn in on March 4.