New York Times Correspondent Elizabeth Dias Discusses the Young Evangelical Vote

November 6, 2018
The evangelical community is one of President Trump's most supportive voting blocs. White evangelicals overwhelmingly favored the president in 2016, but the group's youngest believers don't necessarily see eye to eye with the Commander-in-Chief these days. The New York Times spoke with dozens of young evangelicals about how they balance faith and politics. National Correspondent Elizabeth Dias shares what they found.
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