Catholic support for Trump plummeting after attacks on Black Lives Matter and his COVID-19 bungles: report
President Donald Trump's hair blows in the wind as he boards Air Force One before flying to Vietnam to attend the annual Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit at Beijing airport on November 10, 2017. (AFP / Jim Watson)

According to a report from Irish Central, recently polling among white Catholics shows Donald Trump is quickly losing their faith that he is up to the job, with his approval number dropping since the COVID-19 pandemic began and Black Lives Matter protesters hit the streets after the murder of George Floyd at the hands of four Minneapolis cops.

In the period of April 7-12, the president's net approval among all Catholics was at 52 percent which has since crumbled to 41 percent as of the June 16-22 polling period. Among Hispanic Catholics, Trump's net approval number stands at 23 percent.

According to the Pew Research poll, "The share of white evangelicals who say they “very strongly” approve of Trump’s performance is now at 59 percent, down 8 points from 67 percent in April."

Pew notes that, "The June survey was conducted after Trump’s controversial visit to St. John’s Episcopal Church on June 1, and in the immediate wake of the Supreme Court’s landmark LGBTQ ruling on June 15. A Trump appointee, Neil Gorsuch, wrote the majority opinion that gay, lesbian and transgender employees are protected under existing nondiscrimination laws."

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