Welcome to the Morning Buzz, PRRI’s morning dose of religion-related news with a shot of data – because what doesn’t liven up a morning round-up like some public opinion numbers?
Do white working-class Americans vote against their “economic interests”? Or are they losing their religion? Move past the stereotypes and learn more about white working-class America at the release of our new survey next week.
Has Romney lost his advantage on the economy? Taegan Goddard points to four polls which show that Romney’s edge on jobs and the economy may be slipping.
The jobless could swing the election – if they were registered to vote.
Facebook, however, could help nudge a few more voters to the polls, at least according to a new study. This could make a big difference among younger Millennials (18-24), 63% of whom say they use Facebook at least once a day.
White evangelical Protestants and Americans who identify with the Tea Party have a lot in common. Check out this week’s graphic of the week to learn more.
A new poll shows Michele Bachmann facing a potentially competitive election against a relatively unknown candidate.