WASHINGTON: A recent poll in the United States found that most Americans believe that Donald Trump's administration hurt Muslims while Muslims helped the US president.
The survey, conducted in February of this year by the prestigious Pew Research Center in Washington, D.C., also sought the views of Muslims, and the survey aimed to find out how the Trump administration treats people of different faiths.
At the time of the poll, 48 percent said the Trump administration's attitude toward Muslims was not right, while 7 percent said it was not.
Most of those surveyed also believed that evangelical Christians benefited from the Trump administration's policies.
Those surveyed were more supportive of Muslims than Jews and non-believers, with most of those in the self-proclaimed politically liberal and democratic group, 6 out of 10, believing. That the problems of Muslims increase because of the policies of the Trump administration.
Surveyors have described people who do not believe in any religion as atheists and atheists and have quoted them as saying that they do not value their beliefs.
Only 7% of adult Americans believe that the Trump administration has helped Muslims, 42% think that their policies have not made a difference, while 48% think that it has hurt Muslims.
Similarly, 9% of Protestant Christians believe that the Trump administration helped them, 51% think that their policies have not made a difference, while 37% think that their policies will increase the difficulties.
According to 12% of white evangelical Protestant Christians, the Trump administration created problems for them, 58% said their policies did not change, while 25% of the same sect said the Trump administration created problems for Muslims.
Eight percent of white Protestants said the Trump administration helped Muslims, 49 percent said it didn't matter, while 40 percent thought their policies would make things worse.
Among Catholics, 8% thought the Trump administration helped them, 47% said Trump's policies made no difference, while 41% thought the administration hurt them.
Only 4% of black Protestants thought the Trump administration helped Muslims, 39% thought the Trump administration didn't care, and 55% said the administration hurt them.
Similarly, 8% of Jews believed that the administration helped them, 28% said that the administration did not care, while 64% said that the administration increased the difficulties for them.
5% of people of any religion or faith believed that the Trump administration helped Muslims.
According to 32%, the administration's policies made no difference, while 61% said it increased the difficulties for Muslims.
Similarly, 4 out of 10 adult Americans, or 43 percent, though that the Trump administration helped evangelicals, while about 44 percent said that policies did not make a difference to evangelicals, compared to only 11 percent of Americans. That the administration created problems for evangelical Christians.
The survey's questions were answered differently by followers of each religion, with most white evangelical Christians saying the Trump administration has had a positive effect on their affairs.
Nearly 6 out of 10 (59%) believe that the Trump administration helped evangelicals, while only 7% believe that the administration created problems for them. However, 64% of Jews believe that the Trump administration helped evangelicals. While only 21% of black Protestants expressed their views in this regard.
There were differing views on Jews, with 40 percent of Jews themselves saying the Trump administration helped them. According to 36%, the administration created problems for them, while 21% said that it did not make any difference