In 2016, white evangelicals made up a quarter of all US voters. And 81% of them voted for Donald Trump. Oliver Laughland and Tom Silverstone head to the pivotal battleground state of North Carolina to see if Trump's religious base is showing signs of crumbling. They meet extreme evangelical pastors, traveling progressive preachers and the moral movement leader Rev William Barber who give their views on the battleground of abortion, lgbtq rights and the soul of the nation.
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