George Barna recently did a study of which preachers/pastors were most popular among different ethnic groups, theological stripes and the like.
Across the board 4 names came in the top 5--Bush, Dobson, Warren,and Graham.
Non-whites add in TD Jakes to the mix. They also report to be more influenced by Benny Hinn, Paul Crouch, Joyce Meyer, Eddie Long, and GE Patterson. I think that the first three are TV Preachers. Does that mean that non-whites watch more Trinity Broadcasting Network? Maybe. It also means I think that there are more non-white Pentecostals by percentage.
Why do I say this. Because most of those names show up on the second half of the most influential Christian leaders. Also showing up with pentecostals is Pat Robertson.
Baptists tend to elevate Hybels into the top 5. Mainliners add the Pope and Will Willimon (former chaplain at Duke, now bishop of American Methodists).
Anyway I found all of this interesting.