PRRI Speaks with Alan Abramowitz about America’s Growing Political and Cultural Polarization
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We debut our latest survey at a presidential plenary session at the American Academy of Religion’s national meeting.
The battle of “Merry Christmas” vs. “Happy Holidays” is feistier than ever this year. Our latest public opinion numbers on holiday greetings and festivities.
- Morning Buzz | “Merry Christmas” vs. “Happy Holidays”
- Morning Buzz | Countries Agree to Reduce Fossil Fuel Emissions in Climate Accord
It’s been an exciting year for research on politics and religion, with key new data emerging on hot-button issues like same-sex marriage, immigration reform and raising the minimum wage, and on important groups such as the Tea Party, Hispanics, and Catholics. As originally posted on “Figuring Faith,” my blog at The Washington Post, here are the Public Religion Research Institute’s top 13 findings from 2013!
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In an article featuring American Academy of Religion (AAR) President Laurie Zoloth, the New York Times highlighted the release of PRRI’s climate change report.
PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones appears on Georgia’s Public Broadcasting to discuss Americans’ attitudes about race and the criminal justice system in the wake of the events in Ferguson, Mo.
Today is #GivingTuesday, a day when Americans can show their support for their favorite nonprofit. We hope you’ll consider making a tax-deductible contribution to PRRI’s research today.
A sizable minority of Americans who attend religious services at least once a month are hearing about climate change from their religious leaders.
The Atlantic, The Washington Post, Religion News Service, International Business Times, Huffington Post HuffPollster, The National Journal, Politico, and more covered our new climate change report.
Nearly 6-in-10 (58 percent) Latinos believe that climate change is happening and humans are at fault, a view shared by less than half (42 percent) of non-Hispanic whites.
This week, PRRI was honored to become a charter member of the American Association for Public Opinion Research’s (AAPOR) Transparency Initiative.
Event Wrap-up | What Motivated Voters During the Midterm Election: 2014 Post-Election American Values Survey
This week, PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones presented the findings our post-election American Values Survey to a packed auditorium and joined our distinguished panel of experts in analyzing the survey’s findings.
On this week’s Huffington Post All Together podcast, PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones joins host and executive editor Paul Rausenbusch to discuss “the faith factor” in the 2014 midterm elections. With a resounding win, Republicans seized control of the Senate and maintained their majority in the House; what bearing did white christian voters–especially Catholics–have on the outcome? Did the threat against religious liberties hit home with voters? How did people of other religions, like Jews and the unaffiliated, cast their vote? Click here to listen to the full program about religion’s role in the GOP victory on Tuesday.