According to a new Fox News survey, only 15% of Americans view our founding fathers as villains.
The latest Fox News survey asks voters how they view the country’s Founders. Sixty-three percent see them as heroes, while 15 percent say villains. Another 15 percent say it depends and 7 percent gave no opinion.
White voters (71 percent) are more than twice as likely as Black voters (31 percent) to consider the Founders heroes.
Those most likely to call them heroes include Republican women (82 percent), Republicans (79 percent), White evangelical Christians (77 percent), self-identified very conservatives (77 percent) and White suburban voters (72 percent).
Those most inclined to consider them villains include Black voters (39 percent), self-identified very liberals (37 percent), non-White women (35 percent), women under age 45 (29 percent), and millennials (24 percent).
They also support monuments staying up:
By a 57-point margin, they think monuments and statues of George Washington and Thomas Jefferson should stay up (73 percent) rather than be taken down (16 percent).
This goes against the narrative that the Mainstream Press has been putting out that there is a strong movement that views out founders as villains.
They take a small minority of Americans and make it seem like it is a majority of Americans.
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