NOTE: The Chevette Index, of course, is a joke. It is another example of the Bureau of Specious Statistics at work. The sample base is far too small to draw conclusions. However, that doesn't stop other people from doing the same.
Consider this Washington Post article that posits, based on a Survey Monkey survey of less than 1000 people nationwide, that evangelicals are all leaving their churches because of doctrinal splits over Donald Trump.
Statistics are not arguments. When people make arguments citing statistics as authority, you are about to be bamboozled. You see, there is no way to refute a statistical argument without reviewing the study, the methodology, the sample size, the questions asked, etc. And most of these surveys set out to prove a point, and thus are biased in one way or another.
You are not a statistic, but an individual. Maybe we need to treat people less as statistics or stop worrying about statistical trends, but instead shape public policy based on what is right for the country, instead of Richard Dawson's "Survey says!"