Why have civil unions lost momentum? At the Monkey Cage, Dr. Robert P. Jones and Daniel Cox explore shifts in public opinion on civil unions over the past decade.
In a new column for Religion & Politics, I sketch the generational differences that divided Christians on the morality and legalization of marijuana use.
This weekend, several PRRI Affiliated Scholars will be presenting papers or participating in panels at the Midwest Political Science Association Conference.
In an op-ed for NBC Latino, PRRI Research Associate Juhem Navarro-Rivera explores the ongoing tug-of-war within the Republican Party between Hispanic Americans and the Tea Party.
Findings from the PRRI/Brookings Religion, Values, and Immigration Reform Survey were recently featured at the New York Times’ 538 blog, in a post about changing perspectives on same-sex marriage.
Our Corner | Clash of Cultures: White Evangelical Protestants, Millennials, and the Future of the GOP[03.26.2013]
In a column for Huffington Post Politics, I lay out a significant challenge for the Republican Party: the gap between Millennials (age 18-29) and white evangelical Protestants on controversial issues like same-sex marriage.
This weekend, Dr. Robert P. Jones was featured on State of Belief radio, speaking to host Welton Gaddy about findings from PRRI’s new survey on religion, values, and immigration reform.
In the latest installment of “Faith Complex by the Numbers,” PRRI Research Director Daniel Cox discusses Republicans’ performance among Hispanic Americans in the 2012 election.
In an interview with Duke University’s “Faith & Leadership,” I spoke about trends in religious research that will become increasingly important, including growing numbers of interreligious families and the rise of the religiously unaffiliated.
This weekend, I was interviewed by NPR’s Jacki Lyden about American Catholics’ perspectives on the next pope. In the segment, I observed that generally, American Catholics want more modernity from the new Roman Catholic pontiff.