Poll: Trump supporters are very worried about anti-white discrimination
According to a new AEI/YouGov poll, an overwhelming majority of Trump supporters are concerned about anti-white discrimination. Some 87 percent of respondents agreed with the statement "I worry that discrimination against Whites will increase a lot in the next few years".
Published: February 10, 2021
The pollsters questioned 1000 Trump voters between January 11-14 this year, They also found that 80 percent of Trump voters rejected the notion that “White people have an advantage in today’s America because of their skin color”. In fact, 91 percent said ethnic minorities “have a mostly fair chance to succeed in today’s America”.
Not only did 89 percent of voters supporting the former president believe that “Christianity is under attack in America today,” but 87 percent agreed that Christianity was an “essential part of American greatness” and 77 percent said that they did feel free to express their political opinions in public.
Some 68 percent of Trump voters rejected the notion that there is “systemic racism” in the US today.
On the issue of immigration, 96 percent wanted immigration levels reduced or kept the same and 62 percent want all 11 million illegal immigrants deported to their countries of origin. At least 86 percent of Trump voters supported his proposal to build a wall on the border with Mexico.
Two thirds of the respondents said they felt closer to Trump than to the Republican party (66 percent), whereas only 24 percent said they felt more affinity for the party.
The poll: [.aei.org]