October, 2010

Survey | Less than 1-in-5 Give America’s Places of Worship High Marks on Handling Issue of Homosexuality

[10.21.2010]

Two-thirds see connections between messages coming from America’s places of worship and higher rates of suicide among gay and lesbian youth Regardless of their own religious views on the issue, few Americans believe that places of worship are doing a good job handling the issue of homosexuality. TheĀ PRRI/RNS Religion News Poll, conducted by Public Religion Research Institute in partnership with Religion News Service,found that more than 4-in-10 Americans gave religious […]

Survey | Religion and the Tea Party in the 2010 Elections

[10.05.2010]

Nearly Half of Tea Party Movement also identify with Christian Conservative Movement Third Biennial American Values Survey Profiles Tea Party Movement, Religion Reveals Attitudes on Economic and Social Issues in Upcoming Elections The American Values Survey (AVS) is a large, nationally representative public opinion survey of American attitudes on religion, values, and politics. The 2010 survey is the third biennial AVS, which is conducted by PRRI every two years as […]