Publication Date: January 1987
Publisher: Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs
Author(s): Daniel J. Elazar
Research Area: Culture and religion
Keywords: Community Relations; Voting Patterns; Political Behavior; Israel Attachment
Coverage: United States
The author presents and discusses results of a survey of Evangelical Christian voters on their attitudes towards Israel. He breaks down the results along the axes of geography, age, political affiliation, education, income, and employment. Overall he finds that the geographic distribution of Evangelical support for Israel bodes well for future national elections.