According to Pew, almost twice as many Generation X/millennial evangelicals (those born after 1964) favor gay marriage, compared with 26 percent of boomer and older evangelicals (those born between 1928 and 1964). A 2015 file photo shows a gay marriage supporter waving a rainbow flag outside the Supreme Court in Washington D.C.
According to Pew, almost twice as many Generation X/millennial evangelicals (those born after 1964) favor gay marriage, compared with 26 percent of boomer and older evangelicals (those born between 1928 and 1964). A 2015 file photo shows a gay marriage supporter waving a rainbow flag outside the Supreme Court in Washington D.C. Jacquelyn Martin AP
According to Pew, almost twice as many Generation X/millennial evangelicals (those born after 1964) favor gay marriage, compared with 26 percent of boomer and older evangelicals (those born between 1928 and 1964). A 2015 file photo shows a gay marriage supporter waving a rainbow flag outside the Supreme Court in Washington D.C. Jacquelyn Martin AP

Poll shows dramatic generational divide over white evangelical attitudes on gay marriage

June 27, 2017 02:42 PM

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