Among the 11 religious leaders evaluated by adults, about eight out of every ten adults was aware of Mr. Graham, making him and Pat Robertson the only religious figures that were known to at least half of the population. With 64% holding a favorable impression of the world-renowned preacher, Mr. Graham was the sole religious leader who had made a positive impression on a majority of Americans. In total, 64% had a favorable impression of Mr. Graham, and 15% had a negative impression. The only other religious leader even known among a majority – Pat Robertson – had a more mixed public image, leaving a positive impression on 33% and a negative imprint on 25%.
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