Why is Trump undoing decades of U.S. policy on Jerusalem? "How about the Evangelical Christians whose support has been critical for Trump, and who are known to support declaring Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and moving the U.S. embassy there? Two-thirds of Evangelicals say Trump’s policy is already leaning toward Israel—a proportion that’s even higher than that of the rest of the population. Even on moving the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem, the support is hardly overwhelming: While 53 percent of Evangelicals support the move, 40 percent oppose it." When you consider that back in the 00s at the high tide of Christian Zionism a large majority would have enthusiastically supported this move this shows a significant and welcome shift. If the current trend continues that Zionism could completely lose it's Evangelical support base in the United States. Added to this is the fact of the Evangelical base becoming increasingly disillusioned with it's defacto leadership due to the latter's Baptizing of economic policies that they are more and more realizing have done tremendous damage to them and their communities. So the continuing support for Zionism by people such as Hagee and Michael Brown might even accelerate the process.