Religious Affiliations of Daily Stormer Readers

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
June 16, 2014

Breakdown of the recent poll, provided by a reader.

On Poll Friday, we featured a poll asking about the religious affiliations of Daily Stormer readers.

The numbers came out about as I had expected, though it appears that only a minority of those who viewed the page with the poll on it actually voted, and I am not sure how to interpret that.

Vote count at time of writing
Vote count at time of writing

The high percentage of both CI and Pagan readers was unsurprising, as they are well represented in the comments section.  Thankfully, they appear to be getting along better now than they did when the site was first launched.

The lower percentage of Orthodox readers was not surprising, as though the message tends to appeal to members of this faith, Orthodox countries generally do not have very good English, and also have their own alternative media.

Slightly surprising was the higher percentage of Catholics than Protestant, as about 50% of our readers are American, and America is only about 10% Catholic, most of these being non-Whites.  I suppose that the message lends itself better to Catholicism than most forms of American Protestantism.

The bottom line of the poll is that the readership, while a majority Christian, is very diverse in their personal inclinations.  This is a good thing, as it shows that the message has a wide appeal, and tends to unify, rather than divide.

Our goal has been to promote Christianity, while not directly endorsing one specific brand of Christianity over another and also trying not to alienate non-Christians.  We don’t do much self-back-patting, but it seems we’ve been doing a pretty good job.

I want to thank all of our readers for their continued support of this endeavor.  We are altering the narrative with a ripple effect that we are yet to fully grasp as we march forward with our radical Fascist agenda.

Hail Victory.
Andrew Anglin

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