Robert P. Jones

The Religion and Politics of New York: A State Portrait from PRRI’s American Values Atlas

[04.14.2016]

A look at New York’s evolving religious and political landscape, using new findings from PRRI’s American Values Atlas.

Religion in New York City’s Five Boroughs

[04.13.2016]

Breaking down the religious diversity of the Big Apple.

White, Married Christians Decline in U.S.

[03.28.2016]

Recent analysis conducted by PRRI reveals a precipitous decline in the percentage of white, married Christians in the country.

Super Tuesday, Take Two: The Religious Makeup of Republicans and Democrats Voting on March 15

[03.10.2016]

A look at the religious makeup of Republicans and Democrats in Florida, Illinois, Missouri, North Carolina, and Ohio.

Republicans in March 5th Primary States Include Larger Concentration of White Christians

[03.03.2016]

New PRRI analysis reveals that more than eight in ten Republicans in states voting this weekend identify as white Christian.

Nearly Three-quarters of Super Tuesday Republicans are White Christian

[02.26.2016]

A look at the religious landscape of the states participating in next week’s Super Tuesday.

A Profile of Georgia Residents’ Attitudes on LGBT Issues

[02.25.2016]

A look at Georgia residents’ attitudes toward a range of LGBT issues, using new findings from PRRI’s American Values Atlas.

In The Atlantic | How ‘Values Voters’ Became ‘Nostalgia Voters’

[02.23.2016]

In his latest for The Atlantic, PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones argues that white evangelical Protestants are not “values voters,” but “nostalgia voters.”

The Religion of Nevada: A State Portrait from PRRI’s American Values Atlas

[02.15.2016]

A look at Nevada’s evolving religious and political landscape, using new findings from PRRI’s American Values Atlas.

The Religion and Politics of South Carolina: A State Portrait from PRRI’s American Values Atlas

[02.15.2016]

A look at South Carolina’s evolving religious and political landscape, using new findings from PRRI’s American Values Atlas.