God Talk: Experimenting with the Religious Causes of Public Opinion, a just-released volume examining whether and how religion influences public opinion, politics and candidates, is the latest book co-authored by PRRI affiliated scholar Paul Djupe of Denison University and Missouri State University’s Brian Calfano. The authors use use experimental methodology to understand how elites might use religion to influence the public as well as how the public reacts to the use of politics by religious elites.
What do evangelicals in the pews think of immigrants and immigration reform and what shapes their attitudes?
Affiliated Scholar Paul A. Djupe explores data which sheds light on the level of racial resentment toward Obama among white Americans.
What are Mitt Romney’s surrogates really trying to convey when they reference Romney’s “Anglo-Saxon heritage”?