Trump Supporters Fear Anti-White Discrimination, Think Christianity Is Under Attack

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New polling released today by Project Home Fire in partnership with University of Virginia’s Center for Politics has found that Trump voters are animated by concerns about anti-white discrimination and the fate of Christianity in America.

“American racial and ethnic politics have reached their breaking point,” begins the report, contrasting Biden voters’ views with those of Trump voters.

“On the one side, Joe Biden voters see systemic racism in America as a serious problem,” the report says. “Donald Trump voters are on the other side of Biden voters on each of these issues, and by large margins… they worry that discrimination against whites will increase significantly in the next few years.”

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