Brookings Institution, Governance Studies Program
PRRI has on ongoing partnership with the Brookings Institution’s Governance Studies Program. Past projects include a joint report released in September 2011, entitled “What It Means to Be American: Attitudes Toward Increasing Diversity in America Ten Years After 9/11.” The report was based on a survey conducted by PRRI and co-authored by PRRI CEO Dr. Robert P. Jones and Research Director Daniel Cox, along with Brookings Institution senior fellows E.J. Dionne, Jr., and William Galston.
The Brookings Institution has also hosted several PRRI events, including the June 2011 release of PRRI’s major survey, “Committed to Availability, Conflicted About Morality: What the Millennial Generation Tells Us About the Future of the Abortion Debate and the Culture Wars.” and the 2010 American Values Survey.
PRRI will partner with the Brookings Institution on a major new project in 2012, and Brookings will host the release of the PRRI’s 2012 American Values Survey.
Religion News Service
The PRRI/RNS Religion News Survey is a monthly national survey conducted in partnership with Religion News Service. Each month, PRRI and RNS poll Americans on breaking issues at the intersection of religion and politics for public release and a story about the poll by RNS reporters.
Georgetown University, Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs
The release of PRRI’s 2011 American Values Survey was hosted by Georgetown University’s Berkley Center for Religion, Peace and World Affairs, with Berkley Center fellow Dr. Jose Casanova serving as a panelist and Berkley Center Director Dr. Thomas Banchoff serving as a moderator. In 2012, PRRI will partner with the Berkley Center on a major new survey of the college-age (age 18-24) Millennial Vote and the Future of American Values.
The Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, University of Connecticut
The PRRI poll database is housed at the Roper Center Archives at the University of Connecticut, one of the world’s leading archives of social science data. Through iPoll, a search engine available at our research page, users can interactively find survey results from more than 20 national PRRI polls.
Association of Religion Data Archives
All PRRI surveys are also available to the public without a subscription at the Association of Religion Data Archives (ARDA), which has been providing free access to some of the best data on religion since 1998.
Additionally, Public Religion Research Institute maintains the following affiliations:
American Association for Public Opinion Research (AAPOR)
PRRI is a supporting organization of the Transparency Initiative at American Association for Public Opinion Research, a program established in 2009 to place the value of openness at the center of our profession, and to encourage and make it as easy as possible for survey firms to be transparent about their research methods. The PRRI senior research team are members of AAPOR and subscribe to the AAPOR Code of Professional Ethics and Practices.
National Council on Public Polling (NCPP)
PRRI is a member of the National Council on Public Polling, an organization established in 1969 to set the highest professional standards for public opinion pollsters, and to advance the understanding, among politicians, the media and general public, of how polls are conducted and how to interpret poll results.