Janelle Wong is an Associate Professor of American Studies and the Director of Asian American Studies at University of Maryland in College Park, MD. Her research focuses on race, immigration, and political mobilization. Dr. Wong is the author of Democracy’s Promise: Immigrants and American Civic Institutions (2006, University of Michigan Press) and co-author of two books on Asian American politics. She is currently working on a book about the impact Asian American and Latino evangelical Christians will have on the traditional conservative Christian movement and immigrant political participation. Recently, PRRI had the opportunity to speak with Dr. Wong in depth about some of the 2014 American Values Survey’s findings on Asian Americans.
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?
You’ll be relieved to know that in the event of a nuclear bomb, the beer will still be safe to drink.
Our latest survey, which highlights white working-class Americans’ vote, values, and worldview (and upends a few stereotypes along the way), is now available for your perusal.
Voters’ reaction to Romney’s 47% gaffe are, overall, negative.
Meanwhile, NPR’s Planet Money has a visual breakdown of who, exactly, is part of the 47%.
An anti-Muslim ad is set to debut in the New York City subway. The Metropolitan Transit Authority tried to reject the ads, but lost to the advertisers in court. Americans are divided on whether the values of Islam are consistent with American values.
Kentucky Senator Rand Paul tied his anti-war beliefs to the debate over abortion, saying that Jesus would not have “condoned killing.”
Would you care to purchase an abandoned lighthouse or hospital? The world of dilapidated structures is before you, my friends.