From The Hill:
The Politico-Morning Consult poll released Wednesday morning found that 27 percent of respondents somewhat or strongly agree that Trump is religious, compared to 55 percent who somewhat or strongly disagree.
Slightly more than a third of self-identified Christians see Trump as religious, pollsters noted, while half say he is not.
Forty percent of evangelicals also agreed that Trump was a man of faith, while 33 percent disagreed.
A total of 23 percent of Catholics and 18 percent of independents supported the statement that Trump is religious.
Only majorities of ideological conservatives — 55 percent — and Republicans — 60 percent — said they see the president as religious.
The poll was conducted after Trump’s disastrous visits to two prominent religious venues (St. John’s Episcopal Church and Saint John Paul II National Shrine) last week. Trump was promptly excoriated for using the church for political theater.
In an interview with his former White House press secretary Sean Spicer last week, Trump, who infrequently attends church services, was asked whether he’s “grown in his faith” since becoming president.
“So I think maybe I have, from the standpoint that I see so much that I can do,” answered Trump before adding, “I’ve done so much for religion.”