Maybe you will be a little less evasive if I ask it THIS way:
If your country - a republic rather than a democracy, where that distinction was important to you - had a portion of the population that wanted to amend its constitution in order to become a theocracy, what do you think would be the electoral mathematics, both at ballot box and in the legislatures, that would render such a change valid?
The constitution doesn't need to be amended. The efforts of those that seek to do so see and know that the constitution, as is, is an impediment to an ideological agenda that is in opposition to the freedoms guaranteed to Americans.
I promise you this, there will be a revolution if the leftists continue to force, unconstitutionally, their agenda to supplant the constitution with a socialist/Marxist form of government. In fact, that revolution is already in motion.
I grew up in America. I've witnessed 50 years of the policies of leftist/liberalism literally destroy this culture in the name of freedom and progressivism. All lies!
Now "they" are gunning for our constitutional rights, mainly the first and second amendments, and the confrontation may very well be bloody.
I'm not a politician, so I couldn't care less about electoral mathematics, or polling data or anything else. It took a revolution to form our constitution and country, and it will probably take a revolution to keep it.
A theocracy is antithetical to the constitution. It ain't gonna happen.
Your question is moot.