Politics & Government

Listen to PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones on “State of Belief”

[03.09.2015]

PRRI CEO Dr. Robert P. Jones appears on State of Belief to discuss the newly released American Values Atlas (AVA) with host Rev. Welton Gaddy.

Asset or Burden: How Americans View Immigrants

[03.02.2015]

As House Reps continue to fight President Obama’s executive action on immigration, we look at how each state views the effect of immigrants on American society.

How Each State Feels About Immigration Reform

[02.26.2015]

PRRI’s latest Graphic of the Week highlights state-by-state data on immigration reform preferences using the recently updated American Values Atlas.

In the New York Times | The G.O.P.’s Assertive God Squad

[02.25.2015]

New York Times’ columnist Frank Bruni helped PRRI launch the American Values Atlas (AVA) with style when he wrote his weekly column entirely on AVA data.

10 Things the American Values Atlas Teaches Us About America’s Religious Landscape

[02.25.2015]

Using the newly released American Values Atlas, we explore ten important trends present in America’s evolving religious landscape.

Introducing the American Values Atlas (AVA)

[02.25.2015]

PRRI launched the American Values Atlas (AVA), a new tool allowing users to explore the religious, political, and demographic landscape of the United States, as well as Americans’ attitudes toward political issues, such as immigration, same-sex marriage, and abortion.

Event Wrap-up | What Motivated Voters During the Midterm Election: 2014 Post-Election American Values Survey

[11.14.2014]

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.

AUDIO | PRRI’s Robert P. Jones discusses midterm election outcomes on Huffington Post podcast

[11.07.2014]

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.

In Politico | Religious groups backed workplace measures

[11.07.2014]

A new Politico article on religious groups backing workplace measures like raising the minimum wage and extending paid sick leave relies on PRRI data to make its case.

Signs of a Changing Political Landscape in a “Ho Hum” Election

[11.05.2014]

Despite Democrats’ current advantage among young voters, age and race are two divisions within the Millennial cohort that may affect Democrats’ solid performance with young Americans in future elections.