Abortion & Reproductive Issues
Morning Buzz | 6-in-10 Millennials See Contraception Access as Critical to Financial Security of Women[03.27.2015]
In today’s buzz, we release report on how race and religion shape millennial views on sexuality and reproductive health, and the pope will visit the WH in Sept.
What do millennials think about contraception and abortion? What about gender norms and sexual inequality? How does race, religion, and education impact these attitudes? Join PRRI for the release of our latest survey, “How Race and Religion Shape Millennial Attitudes on Sexuality and Reproductive Health.” The livestream has ended. Please check back here for a video of the panel and follow the conversation on Twitter via @publicreligion and #SRH. PRRI CEO Dr. […]
PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones discusses the breadth of PRRI’s new online, interactive tool on NPR’s Interfaith Voices
Morning Buzz | Join PRRI for the Release of the Millennials, Sexuality, and Reproductive Health Survey[03.12.2015]
In today’s buzz, PRRI will release a new survey on Millennials, sexuality, and reproductive health on March 27, and monks are the original hipsters.
In today’s Buzz, expansion of mental health care stalls, a Utah judge issues a victory for a polygamous family, the U.S. government sues a Minneapolis suburb for blocking an Islamic center, a leaked poll shows that women are skeptical of the GOP, measuring abortion rates is challenging, and both parties worry that White House action on immigration could tip the 2014 midterm elections.
In today’s Buzz, the Obama administration announced changes to the contraception mandate exemption, budget cuts threaten a unique Alabama prison education program, working mothers are penalized in hourly jobs, gun groups appeal to women, medical marijuana entrepreneurs try to expand, and a Jewish woman explains why she stopped going to synagogue.
In today’s Buzz, the “Moral Mondays” movement expands beyond North Carolina into twelve states, Rick Perry turns himself in on two felony charges of abuse of power, the foreign press responds to Ferguson, a study finds that many marriages begin with hookups, and the mystery of the teen birth rate.
In today’s Buzz, more babies are being born to unwed cohabiting couples, OKCupid remains unapologetic for experimenting on its customers, scholars are thrilled by Facebook’s data but still have some ethical qualms, immigrant children appear in a Manhattan courtroom, and Republican politicians appear at Christian Right events.
In today’s Buzz, Democrats ditch the “war on women” rhetoric, Americans view the unaccompanied minor children with compassionate pragmatism rather than ideology, Atheist TV has its premiere, Mitt Romney hits the campaign trail, and American archbishops live in the lap of luxury.
In today’s Buzz, PRRI data makes an appearance in a wide range of news outlets, “historic” surveillance reform is introduced, abortion supporters avoid the label “pro-choice,” researchers say we’re on the verge of another biological extinction, and holograms could soon be embraced by politicians everywhere.