The Pew Research Center on Religion and Public Life found that more than a quarter of Americans identify themselves as Evangelical Protestant Christians. They form the largest religious group in United States with political clout felt in the White House and Congress.
However, the study raises concerns that the younger generation may not continue the enthusiasm for Israel of their parents and grandparents. The survey has found that positive perception of the country of Israel are strongest among the age group over 65 and least among millennials. 76% of age 65+ with Evangelical beliefs indicate they have a “Positive” view of Israel today, followed by age 50-64 (69%), age 35-49 (64%), and age 18-35 (58%).
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