(POLL) Most see govt. as threat to religious rights

The following is from Rasmussen Reports.

Amid warnings about “Christian nationalism,” the number of voters who view the U.S. government as a threat to religious liberty has sharply increased.

The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 56% of Likely U.S. Voters believe the federal government today is a threat to Americans’ religious rights, more than double the 26% who consider the government a protector of religious rights. Seventeen percent (17%) are not sure. In 2017, 39% viewed the federal government as a protector of religious rights and 38% saw it as a threat. 

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  1. That the State should be viewed as a threat to religious liberty is only natural. Governments are innately hostile to alternative authorities and sources of moral and ethical guidance. Our government no longer regards the First Amendment’s guarantees of religious freedom as binding.

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