Published Research

Survey | Nearly One-Third of Americans Say They Would Not Let Their Son Play Football

[01.28.2016]

New PRRI/Religion News Service survey also finds that while concerns about the safety of football are on the rise, it remains America’s favorite sport to watch.

Survey | Trump Gains Ground with White Evangelical Voters; Solidifies Lead with Republican Voters Nationwide

[01.27.2016]

A new PRRI survey finds that Donald Trump has increased his lead among Republican voters nationally, and has gained ground among white evangelical Protestants.

Survey | Nearly Half of Americans Worried That They or Their Family Will Be a Victim of Terrorism

[12.10.2015]

A new PRRI/RNS survey also finds that a majority of Americans favor allowing refugees from Syria into the United States.

American Values Atlas: 2015 LGBT Trends

[12.04.2015]

The American Values Atlas’ 2015 weekly trends on what Americans think about same-sex marriage, LGBT nondiscrimination laws, and service refusal on religious grounds.

American Values Atlas: 2015 Immigration Trends

[12.04.2015]

The American Values Atlas’ 2015 weekly trends on what Americans think about immigration reform and immigrants’ contributions.

Survey | Anxiety, Nostalgia, and Mistrust: Findings from the 2015 American Values Survey

[11.17.2015]

PRRI’s sixth annual American Values Survey explores attitudes toward the 2016 election, economic inequality, racial tensions, immigration, and more.

Survey | American Values Survey 2015 Supplement

[11.17.2015]

Updated AVS findings on candidate choice and favorability for the 2016 presidential election.

Survey | The Francis Effect? U.S. Catholic Attitudes on Pope Francis, the Catholic Church, and American Politics

[08.25.2015]

Pope Francis is viewed more favorably than the Catholic Church among Americans, and Catholics are divided by partisanship on what the Church should emphasize in its statements on public policy, finds a new PRRI/RNS survey.

Survey | Most Americans Believe Protests Make the Country Better; Support Decreases Dramatically Among Whites if Protesters are Identified As Black

[06.23.2015]

New PRRI/RNS survey also finds that a majority of Americans do not think the U.S. is currently setting a good moral example for the rest of the world.

Survey | Majority Favor Same-sex Marriage; Two-thirds Believe Supreme Court Will Rule to Legalize

[06.11.2015]

New survey also finds over six in ten Americans say transgender people face a lot of discrimination in the U.S. today.