Evangelical, Republican whites more likely to claim reverse racism

White Republicans and Southern evangelicals are most likely to claim reverse racism, but not because of a common ideology.

Researchers from the US found these groups act as regional communities for racially disgruntled whites.

Researchers suggest that by serving as a haven for disadvantaged whites, the Republican Party outside the South may occupy the same “institutional niche” the evangelical church fills in the South.

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