In the New York Times: Hard Line on Immigration Resonates Less With Young Republicans, Survey Shows


The New York Times’ Julia Preston uses PRRI to make the argument that the GOP’s hardline immigration stance does not resonate with young Republicans.

Is Trump Taking a Risk Taking on the Pope?


Donald Trump has sparked a feud with Pope Francis, but what does it mean for election prospects of the Republican contender?

Listen to PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones Discuss Americans’ Anxieties on WABE, Atlanta’s NPR Affiliate Radio


PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones appeared on WABE, Atlanta’s NPR affiliate radio, to discuss the major findings from the 2015 AVS.

What Animates Trump Supporters


To better understand what animates Donald Trump supporters, we examined the ways in which Trump supporters differ from the supporters of other Republican candidates.

In the New York Times | Latest Unease on Right: Ryan Is Too Far Left


The NYT’s Jennifer Steinhauer speaks to PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones to help shed light on the GOP’s stances on some of Rep. Paul Ryan’s policy issues.

Where Washington, D.C., NYC, and Philadelphia Catholics Differ—and Where They Agree


Ahead of Pope Francis’ trip to the U.S., we take a look at where Catholics in each of the cities he will visit stand on key policy issues.

In the New York Times | What Donald Trump Understands About Republicans


The New York Times’ Thomas B. Edsall cites recent PRRI analysis in his latest column on why presidential hopeful Donald Trump is so popular.

American Catholics on the Issues by Religious Attendance


PRRI’s latest survey highlighted important racial and ethnic divides in the U.S. Catholic population — and new analysis shows that Catholics are divided by religious participation as well.

Five Things to Know About Republicans Ahead of the First GOP Debate


While only 10 GOP candidates will battle it out Thursday in the first debate, here are five things every Republican presidential hopeful should know about their electorate.

Does Trump Speak for the GOP on Immigration?


Presidential hopeful Donald Trump has made headlines over his controversial remarks on immigrants—but does he represent where all Republicans stand on the issue?