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Ahead of Super Bowl, Heightened Concern Over Dangers of Football


In the wake of a new N.F.L. report on concussions in professional football, we take a look at American attitudes about professional football.

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


A look at New Hampshire’s religious landscape, using new findings from PRRI’s American Values Atlas.

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


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

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In The New York Times Magazine | Ted Cruz’s Evangelical Gamble


The New York Times Magazine’s Robert Draper talks to PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones about why Ted Cruz’s strategy to appeal to evangelicals may not work for him.

In Politics and Religion | The Role of Born-Again Identity on the Political Attitudes of Whites, Blacks, Latinos, and Asian Americans


In a new article for Politics and Religion, Janelle S. Wong, Ph.D. uses PRRI research to explore evangelicalism, race, and political attitudes.

Two-thirds of Republicans Say American Culture Has Worsened Since 1950s


During his final State of the Union address, President Obama insisted the country is strong and improving—but not all Americans agree with this sentiment.

How Party and Gun Ownership Impact Attitudes on Gun Control


In the wake of President Obama’s executive actions aimed at reducing gun violence, we show the interplay between party, gun ownership, and gun control support.

Watch PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones’ Presentation at The White House’s Religious Pluralism Convening

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PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones presented PRRI research on America’s evolving religious landscape at The White House, kicking off a discussion on religious pluralism.

In the New York Times | The Islamic Dilemma


In his latest op-ed for the New York Times, Ross Douthat uses PRRI findings to explore Western anxiety about Islam.

War on Christmas?: Merry Christmas vs. Happy Holidays


Using PRRI findings, we took a look at where Americans stand on a key part of the “War on Christmas” debate: the use of “Merry Christmas” vs. “Happy Holidays.”

How Much Did Anti-Abortion Rhetoric Contribute to the Attack Against Planned Parenthood?


New analysis provides a better understanding of whether Americans think there is a link between heated political rhetoric and the Planned Parenthood shooting in Colorado.

Watch PRRI Research Director Dan Cox on HuffPost Live


PRRI Research Director Dan Cox appeared on HuffPost Live to discuss race and the criminal justice system following protests about the death of Laquan McDonald.

Stark Political Division Over Gun Control


New analysis shows that although most Americans favor passing stricter gun control laws, there are notable partisan divides.

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