Surprising Poll Results: Christian Voter Switch [video]

Craig HueyUncategorized1 Comment

24 million Americans watched the Presidential debate.

Many – 20-30% – were evangelical Christian voters.

I am being interviewed by the media on our evangelical poll. (Here I am on Bill Martinez program, listen below.)

Most Christian voters are concerned about 7 key issues…

1. Restoring religious liberty

2. Helping persecuted Christians

3. Protecting the life of the unborn

4. Defending Israel

5. Marriage (including pastor rights, tax exemption protection and protecting the consciences of Christian business owners and employees)

6. The economy and opportunity

7. Integrity, honesty and leadership

We polled evangelical Christians before the debate and after.

These were the results:

Up after the debate: Ted Cruz, Mike Huckabee, Ben Carson, Marco Rubio, and Carly Fiorina

Down after the debate: Donald Trump, Scott Walker, Rand Paul, and Jeb Bush.

Here are the results:


Ted Cruz:  24%

Ben Carson:  22%

Donald Trump:  15%

Scott Walker:  10%

Mike Huckabee:  8%

Rand Paul:  5%

Carly Fiorina:  5%

Marco Rubio:  3%

Jeb Bush:  2%

John Kasich:  2%

Rick Santorum:  1%

Rick Perry:  1%


Ted Cruz:  29%

Ben Carson:  22%

Mike Huckabee:  9%

Carly Fiorina:  8%

Donald Trump:  7%

Scott Walker:  7%

Marco Rubio:  6%

Jeb Bush:  4%

Rand Paul:  3%

John Kasich:  2%

Rick Perry:  1%

Rick Santorum:  1%

Bobby Jindal:  1%

Hillary Clinton:  1%

Here is the current secular polling:

Donald Trump:  22%

Ben Carson:  14%

Scott Walker:  9%

Ted Cruz:  8%

Carly Fiorina:  7%

Mike Huckabee:  7%

Jeb Bush:  5%

Rand Paul:  5%

Marco Rubio:  5%

The rest of the GOP candidates are at 3% or less.

The two big winners (who moved up the most after the debate), by everyone’s account:

Ben Carson and Carly Fiorina.

Here is Ben being interviewed recently:

Here is Carly being interviewed recently:

And listen to Craig on Bill Martinez program here:

What do you think?

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One Comment on “Surprising Poll Results: Christian Voter Switch [video]”

  1. Thank you Jules:-) I felt really bad beaucse I remember Hurricane Katrina and the devastation that New Orleans suffered a few years back, and at the time I certainly don’t remember Japanese people posting videos online of individuals ridiculing or thanking the lord for the damage and deaths, or Japanese comedians making jokes about the natural disaster, or articles by the major newspapers there saying Don’t Donate to the U.S. Now that the shoe’s on the other foot it surprised me that some few people here in the States felt compelled to share insensitive and offensive things and whether any Japanese people saw these things or not, I felt insulted to even be of the same nationality as the people saying those things. I was also annoyed that the sources of that insensitivity did not officially apologize to Japan for what they said (Gilbert Gottfried? 50Cent? Reuters? anyone?) or try to make amends.

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