Christianity Today’s new book features an essay by Leith Anderson and Ed Stetzer on “Why Pollsters Misunderstand the ‘Evangelical Vote,'” looking at how different research definitions of ‘evangelical’ impact polling results.  

how-to-pick-a-presidentAs Anderson and Stetzer say, “Many pollsters and journalists assume that evangelicals are white, suburban, American, Southern, and Republican, when millions of self-identifying evangelicals fit none of these descriptions.”

“How to Pick a President: Clinton, Trump or ?” offers other articles from recent elections to help you think more deeply and wisely about your political stewardship and responsibility.

A summary of the NAE’s seven key policy issues from “For the Health of the Nation” is included in the appendix.

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