Survey | Americans More Likely to Attribute Increasingly Severe Weather to Climate Change, Not End Times[12.13.2012]
Although more than 6-in-10 (63%) Americans agree that the weather has gotten more extreme over the past few years, they are more likely to attribute these changes to climate change than what the Bible calls the end times.
A new survey conducted after the election confirms that winning an overwhelming majority of white Christian voters is no longer sufficient to secure the presidency.
If you missed the release of the American Values Survey, the presentation is available for your perusal here.
The 2012 American Values Pre-Election Survey finds that the outcome of next month’s presidential election will be determined, in part, by which Catholics head to the polls, and how many of America’s fastest growing religious community, the religiously unaffiliated, are motivated to vote.
Presentation | Diverse, Disillusioned, and Divided: Millennial Values & Voter Engagement in the 2012 Election[10.09.2012]
Did you miss the release of our latest report, “Diverse, Disillusioned, and Divided: Millennial Values & Voter Engagement in the 2012 Election”? The presentation is online here.
Survey | Diverse, Disillusioned, and Divided: Millennial Values and Voter Engagement in the 2012 Election[10.04.2012]
The second wave of the 2012 Millennial Values Survey reveals new findings about younger Millennials’ perspectives on the 2012 election, government and the democratic process, and affirmative action.
Presentation | Beyond Guns and God: Understanding the Complexities of the White Working Class in America[09.24.2012]
If you missed it, take a look at the presentation from the release of “Beyond Guns and God: Understanding the Complexities of the White Working Class in America.” Dr. Robert P. Jones and Daniel Cox, who created the presentation, highlight some of the survey’s most interested findings with regard to the white working class: Prri white working class presentation final from Public Religion Research Institute
The 2012 Race, Class, and Culture Survey highlights the vote, values, and worldview of the white working class in America.
A slim majority of Americans support passing stricter gun control laws. There is also broad support for providing stricter enforcement of existing gun control laws, but few Americans support loosening current gun control laws.
Overall, Americans report limited use of technology for religious purposes, both inside and outside of worship services. However, white evangelical Protestants are significantly more likely than other major religious groups to use technology for religious purposes.