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Five Years In the Pope Could Use Some Divine Intervention

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Pope Francis has arrived at the five-year anniversary of his election, and he’s getting a mixed bag of reviews from Social. He has garnered support from progressives, who have appreciated his softer tone about divorce and gay people, his acknowledgment of climate change, and his calls to help the poor. But the 81-year-old Pontiff has experienced some rough patches, too, including his inability to clamp down on sex abuse scandals at the Vatican and his failure to put women in any serious positions of power. Still, a recent Pew Research poll shows Papa Francis has an 84 percent favorability score among Catholics, and 58 percent say he’s brought about positive changes. In the U.S., the Pope’s favorability largely is divided by party lines. Democratic support hasn’t wavered much at all in recent years, but as USA Today notes, “the share of Republican and Republican-leaning Catholics who say Francis is too liberal has more than doubled since 2015, jumping from 23 percent to 55 percent.” Over the past 30 days, “Pope Francis” has a 51 percent positive score on Social. –Alex Shultz



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