Major Special Topics Surveys
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[07.26.2012]
For Hispanic Americans, views about the morality of abortion and its legality are closely linked, but among black Americans, this is not the case.
A national survey of 2,000+ millennials conducted with Georgetown University reveals the challenges Barack Obama and Mitt Romney face in reaching young voters.
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[09.06.2011]
A decade after September 11, 2011, PRRI finds Americans continuing to struggle with how to resolve differences in an increasingly diverse country.
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[06.09.2011]
Young Americans (age 18 to 29) strongly support the availability of abortions in their local community, despite being conflicted over its morality.
As California awaits a decision on Proposition 8, a PRRI survey examines the role religion plays in structuring attitudes toward same-sex marriage.
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.
PRRI finds broad support across religious groups for a comprehensive approach to immigration reform, and strong approval for clergy speaking out on the issue.