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Christian nationalists are enamored with Putin, even if they oppose Russia, new research from Northeastern professor says

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Russian President Vladimir Putin has found support in an unlikely place: the U.S. 

Specifically, Christian nationalists, a subsection of America’s religious right, have flocked to the country’s autocratic leader, according to new research from a team of social scientists, including Sarah Riccardi-Swartz, an assistant professor of religion and anthropology at Northeastern University.

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