Major Special Topics Surveys

Survey | Beyond Guns and God: Understanding the Complexities of the White Working Class in America


A large national survey upends commonly held beliefs about white working-class Americans, revealing significant divides by region, religion, gender, and age.

Survey | Religion, Values, and Experiences: Black and Hispanic American Attitudes on Abortion and Reproductive Issues


For Hispanic Americans, views about the morality of abortion and its legality are closely linked, but among black Americans, this is not the case.

Survey | A Generation in Transition: Religion, Values, and Politics among College-Age Millennials


A national survey of 2,000+ millennials conducted with Georgetown University reveals the challenges Barack Obama and Mitt Romney face in reaching young voters.

Survey | Chosen for What? Jewish Values in 2012


Jewish values—particularly a commitment to justice and social equality—strongly inform political beliefs and behaviors, a large national survey finds.

Survey | What it Means to be American: Attitudes towards Increasing Diversity in America Ten Years after 9/11


A decade after September 11, 2011, PRRI finds Americans continuing to struggle with how to resolve differences in an increasingly diverse country.

Survey | Generations at Odds: The Millennial Generation and the Future of Gay and Lesbian Rights


A PRRI poll finds at least a 20-point gap between millennials and seniors on gay and lesbian-related church policies and public policy.

Survey | Committed to Availability, Conflicted about Morality: What the Millennial Generation Tells Us about the Future of the Abortion Debate and the Culture Wars


Young Americans (age 18 to 29) strongly support the availability of abortions in their local community, despite being conflicted over its morality.

Survey | Religion, Proposition 8, and Same-Sex Marriage in California


As California awaits a decision on Proposition 8, a PRRI survey examines the role religion plays in structuring attitudes toward same-sex marriage.

Survey | Religion, Values, and Immigration Reform: A Look at the States


Residents of Ohio and Arkansas are overwhelmingly in support of an earned path to citizenship for immigrants living the U.S. illegally, finds a PRRI poll.

Survey | Religion, Values, and Immigration Reform


PRRI finds broad support across religious groups for a comprehensive approach to immigration reform, and strong approval for clergy speaking out on the issue.

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