QAnon and religious affiliation

QAnon is the focus of a report from PRRI titled “Understanding QAnon’s Connection to American Politics, Religion, and Media Consumption”. Among the religious, white evangelical Protestants and Hispanic Protestants appear to be the most likely to agree with the basic tenents of this conspiracy theory (see Figure 3 in the above linked article). If you’d like to read a journalistic reflection on the results of this survey, see Giovanni Russonello’s NYT article “QAnon Now as Popular in U.S. as Some Major Religions, Poll Suggests”.

Related: A month ago, Vice News did a short segment on the intersection between Evangelicals and QAnon: “Why So Many QAnon Believers are Evangelical Christians”.

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