September, 2009

Survey | Conservative & Progressive Religious Activists Surveys


First Ever Polls Comparing Conservative and Progressive Religious Activists¬†Show Divergent Identities and Strategies,¬†Common Commitment to Political Involvement The 2009 Religious Activist Surveys were conducted by the Bliss Institute of Applied Politics at the University of Akron in partnership with Public Religion Research. These first ever comparative surveys of conservative and progressive religious activists find them to be faithful, engaged, and divergent. Key findings: Religion. Conservative and progressive religious activists are […]