Israel365 Poll: 89% of Pro-Israel Evangelicals Support Trump

A poll by Israel365 has found that pro-Israel Evangelical Christian voters are maintaining their strong support for presidential candidate Donald Trump during the contentious US election.

In a questionnaire on the Israel365 News site, Israel365 asked readers which candidate he or she felt was better for Israel: Republican Donald Trump, or Democrat Joe Biden. Readers were also asked who will they actually vote for.

The study consisted of:

  • 8355 responses
  • 96% of responders said they believed Trump will be better than Biden
  • 89% said they would vote for Trump

According to Shlomo Schreibman, Vice President of the Israel365 Media, which specializes in marketing to the pro-Israel Evangelical crowd, “These findings are very interesting because while we knew a majority of Evangelicals support Trump, we were surprised by the overwhelming 89 percent support for Donald Trump. We also believe that there is a great correlation between Trump’s pro Israel stand and the support from the Evangelical following. Our Evangelical friends share values and interest with Israel in a way no other group can”.

“No US President has done more for the US – Israel relationship than President Trump. From the embassy move to Jerusalem to the scrapping of the Iran deal, President Trump has delivered on all his promises and more. His base is fired up for these elections.” said Josh Reinstein, author of Titus, Trump and the Triumph of Israel.

“Biden has been a long-time opponent of the right of Jews to live in Judea, Samaria, and even Jerusalem” explains David Rubin, author of Trump and the Jews.” He is infamous in Israel for his altercations with Prime Ministers Netanyahu, and earlier Menachem Begin in which he threatened to cut off aid to Israel if the Jewish state doesn’t “toe the line.”

The Israel365 poll was conducted between Oct 27-29 A total of  8,355 people responded to the poll.

A consistent average of 96 percent of those polled said they believed Trump was the better candidate for Israel, with just 4 percent choosing Joe Biden.


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