All the information you need about public opinion on gay marriage, DOMA, gay adoption, ENDA, and more.
The April PRRI/RNS Survey finds that Americans and young adult Christians are divided on whether marijuana use should be legal.
Survey | Republicans and Evangelicals Support a Path to Citizenship With Basic Requirements for Immigrants Living in Country Illegally[04.16.2013]
An innovative new survey using a controlled experiment, conducted by Public Religion Research Institute in partnership with The Brookings Institution, clarifies the impact of wording differences in recent public polling on immigration reform.
Shortly before the Supreme Court hears oral arguments relating to cases on the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) and California’s Proposition 8, PRRI’s March 2013 Religion and Politics Tracking Survey sheds light on Americans’ attitudes toward the role of government and same-sex marriage.
What You Need to Know I. THE IMMIGRATION SYSTEM Fewer than 4-in-10 Americans believe the current immigration system is generally working (7 percent) or working but with some major problems (29 percent). On the other hand, more than 6-in-10 believe the immigration system is broken but working in some areas (40 percent) or is completely broken (23 percent). Republicans (73 percent) are more likely than independents (62 percent) and Democrats… more
More than 6-in-10 Americans agree that immigrants currently living in the country illegally should be allowed to become citizens provided they meet certain requirements.
More than 6-in-10 Americans report that they are very or somewhat likely to celebrate Valentine’s Day. But men are much more likely than women to predict that they will go out to dinner or have sex on Valentine’s Day.
American Catholics’ perspectives on a range of issues, as well as their opinions about church priorities and tradition.
Less than a week before Super Bowl XLVII, Americans are less likely to believe that God plays a role in the outcome of sporting events than they are to believe God rewards religious athletes.
Survey | After Newtown, Increasing Number of Americans Say Better Mental Health Screenings Most Important Way to Prevent Future Mass Shootings[01.23.2013]
A new survey finds that Americans are more likely to favor mental health-based solutions to mass shootings, as well as stricter gun control laws, than they were last summer.