Although President Joe Biden is a Catholic — a Catholic who rejects nearly all of the fundamental moral teachings of the church — a recent survey shows there is “little evidence” that his faith is resulting in “high approval ratings from his fellow Catholics.” In fact, his highest job approval rating, 67%, is among people who never attend church.
“Biden’s approval rating increases significantly as church attendance decreases, as can be seen in the accompanying table [below], rising from 45% among those who attend services weekly or almost weekly to 67% among those who never attend,” reported Gallup.
In a more specific finding, Gallup found that among white Protestants who attend church weekly/almost weekly, Biden’s job approval is only 26%. Trump’s approval in this category was 73% — for Barack Obama, only 23%. — Source
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