One-fourth of respondents in a brand new ballot say they consider God needed Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpSchultz won’t say if he will sell all Starbucks shares if he becomes president Sarah Sanders cites El Chapo in push for border security Pence rips Omar’s ‘inadequate’ apology for tweets criticized as anti-Semitic MORE to change into president.
A Fox News poll of 1,004 registered voters discovered that 25 p.c stated “sure,” they consider God needed Trump to be president, whereas a majority of 62 p.c stated “no.” Fourteen p.c stated they have been not sure.
The ballot, launched Wednesday, comes two weeks after White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said in an interview with the Christian Broadcasting Network that God needed Trump to be president.
“I feel God calls all of us to fill totally different roles at totally different occasions and I feel that he needed Donald Trump to change into president,” Sanders stated in January. “And that’s why he’s there, and I feel he has achieved an amazing job in supporting loads of the issues that individuals of religion actually care about.”
The Fox News ballot discovered that 55 p.c of white evangelical Christian respondents stated they consider God needed Trump to change into president, in comparison with 36 p.c of Protestants and 20 p.c of Catholics.
Nearly half of Republicans–45 p.c–in comparison with 9 p.c of Democrats stated the identical.
The ballot, which was performed from Feb. 10 to 12, has a margin of error of three proportion factors.