(Fox News) Donald Trump, a thrice-married multi-billionaire who is not averse to cussing and once said he was pro-choice, has found evangelical Christian support ahead of Saturday's hotly contested South Carolina primary.
Trump is leading among evangelical Christian voters with 31 percent in the latest Fox News poll, but Sen. Ted Cruz is only eight points behind at 23 percent, with Marco Rubio at 17 percent and Gov. Jeb Bush at 10 percent, reflecting the divisions among evangelical voters.
"I've been in politics for a while, I've never seen anything like it," said Nate Leupp, co-chair of the Republican Party of Greenville and a self-described evangelical voter. "People are getting upset with each other."
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