President Donald Trump’s favorability rating among white Catholics has dropped by more than 20 points in the space of two months, according to new polling data.
The latest survey from the Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI) and SSRS found that 37 percent of white Catholics had a favorable view of Trump at the end of May.
When the same poll was conducted in March, the president had a 60 percent favorability rating among the demographic—putting him 23 points higher than his position today.
Over the whole of last year, Trump’s favorability ranking among white Catholics was 49 percent, or 12 points higher than his ranking last month.
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