Major Special Topics Surveys
PRRI’s survey of over 2,000 millennials, age 18 to 35, explores the impact of race and religion on attitudes toward sexuality, reproductive health, and relationships.
Survey | Believers, Sympathizers, and Skeptics: Why Americans are Conflicted about Climate Change, Environmental Policy, and Science[11.21.2014]
Americans’ beliefs and concerns about climate change and science, conducted in partnership with the American Academy of Religion (AAR).
More than six in ten Americans favor providing a way for immigrants living in the U.S. illegally to become citizens provided they meet certain requirements.
Survey | A Shifting Landscape: A Decade of Change in American Attitudes about Same-Sex Marriage and LGBT Issues[02.26.2014]
PRRI finds that since 2003, when Massachusetts became the first state to legalize same-sex marriage, support for the policy has jumped 21 percentage points.
A survey from PRRI and The Brookings Institution finds majority support for a path to citizenship for immigrants living in the U.S. illegally.
Survey | 2013 Hispanic Values Survey: How Shifting Religious Identities and Experiences are Influencing Hispanic Approaches to Politics[09.27.2013]
While Hispanic Americans’ party allegiance lies largely with Democrats, the party has not convinced a majority that they have a strong stake in their concerns.
Survey | The 2013 Ohio Values Survey: Ohio Voters Strongly Support Employment Nondiscrimination Laws for Gay and Lesbian People, Slim Majority Oppose Amending Ohio Constitution to Allow Same-sex Couples to Marry[09.04.2013]
PRRI finds Buckeye State voters divided on same-sex marriage—a slim majority of Ohio voters oppose amending Ohio’s constitution to allow for same-sex marriage.
Survey | Do Americans Believe Capitalism and Government are Working?: Religious Left, Religious Right and the Future of the Economic Debate[07.18.2013]
As America begins to recover from the recession, PRRI explores views on capitalism and economic mobility in a poll conducted with The Brookings Institution.
A PRRI survey finds more than six in ten Americans in favor of allowing a path to citizenship for immigrants living in the U.S. illegally.
Survey | Diverse, Disillusioned, and Divided: Millennial Values and Voter Engagement in the 2012 Election[10.04.2012]
A survey conducted with Georgetown University’s Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs reveals younger millennials’ views about political issues.