November, 2010

Survey | Old Alignments, Emerging Fault Lines: Religion in the 2010 Election and Beyond

[11.17.2010]

Findings from the 2010 Post-Election American Values Survey Results of the Post-Election American Values Survey were based on 1,494 callback interviews with respondents from the Pre-election American Values Survey, which was fielded in early September 2010 among a national random sample of 3,013 adults (age 18 and older). Telephone interviews for the Post-Election American Values Survey were conducted in both English and Spanish from November 3-7, 2010. Among the top […]

Survey | Americans Say Elections More Negative than Past, Lack of Civility as Major Problem

[11.11.2010]

Only One-in-Five Americans Believe Political Leaders Work Well Together to Overcome Differences to Get Things Done Americans Believe Nation is More Divided then in Past on Politics, Religion New research released today confirms Americans are fed-up with the lack of civil discourse in this country and believe American political leaders are not working to overcome differences.  The PRRI/RNS Religion News Survey, conducted by Public Religion Research Institute in partnership with Religion News Service, […]