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Poll: One in Three New Jersey Conservatives Thinks Obama Might Be the Anti-Christ

Last updated: July 31, 2020 | September 16, 2009 | William Willis
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Public Policy Polling’s habit of asking revealing, bizarre questions continues with a survey of New Jersey voters that finds—as President Obama’s approval rating dips slightly—only 79 percent of voters ready to rule out the possibility that their president is the Anti-Christ. Eight percent say he is, while 13 percent are not sure.

Further breakdowns on that question:

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  • Twelve percent of McCain voters think Obama is the Anti-Christ. Twenty-one percent are not sure.

  • Fourteen percent of Republicans think Obama is the Anti-Christ. Fifteen percent are not sure.

  • Eighteen percent of “conservative” voters think Obama is the Anti-Christ. Seventeen percent are not sure.

The big surprise here–the group of voters most likely to think Obama is the Anti-Christ are … Hispanics, who solidly backed Obama in 2008. Only 58 percent of them say, for sure, that their president is not Satan come to wreak havoc here on earth.

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