Dr. Robert P. Jones discusses religion and the 2012 election with Cliff Vaughn of EthicsDaily.com. How much enthusiasm will white evangelical Protestants bring to this November’s election?
What should we expect from Catholics between now and Election day?
Mitt Romney has played down his personal Mormon faith, but has not hesitated to harness “religion” under other guises for political gain.
Will the next generation of GOP leaders have socially liberal views?
Tea Party women dismiss “Julia,” the Obama campaign’s virtual poster girl for social welfare programs, as sexist propaganda. Do other Americans agree?
The GOP hopes that it can convince disaffected Jewish Americans who supported Obama in 2008 to vote Republican in November.
A new study conducted by researchers at the Brookings Institution and the nonpartisan Tax Policy Center reveals that Romney’s proposed budget would raise taxes for 95% of Americans – while reducing the tax burden for the top 5%.
What are Mitt Romney’s surrogates really trying to convey when they reference Romney’s “Anglo-Saxon heritage”?
Wheaton College’s recent lawsuit against the Obama administration’s contraception mandate could be a helpful – but potentially dangerous – issue for Romney.
Jewish Americans may be a relatively small voting bloc, but they remain at the center of a battle for their political loyalty, with Republicans seeking to paint a dismal portrait of Democrats’ record on Israel. A new analysis of Jewish voting patterns in presidential elections from 1972 to 2008 from the nonpartisan Solomon Project, however, shows (once again) that efforts to pry a substantial number of Jewish voters away from… more