Views are always replicated to slaves. Views are filtered by
their own name, not by the tables they refer to. This means that
a view can be replicated to the slave even if the view contains
a table that would normally be filtered out by
replication-ignore-table rules. Care should
therefore be taken to ensure that views do not replicate table
data that would normally be filtered for security reasons.
Replication from a table to a same-named view is supported using statement-based logging, but not when using row-based logging. In MySQL 5.7.1 and later, trying to do so when row-based logging is in effect causes an error. (Bug #11752707, Bug #43975)