In today’s buzz, we launch the American Values Atlas, southern Baptists try to diversify, and an Arkansas “anti-gay” bill becomes law.
Using the newly released American Values Atlas, we explore ten important trends present in America’s evolving religious landscape.
PRRI launched the American Values Atlas (AVA), a new tool allowing users to explore the religious, political, and demographic landscape of the United States, as well as Americans’ attitudes toward political issues, such as immigration, same-sex marriage, and abortion.
In today’s buzz, attorney general nominee undergoes tough Senate confirmation, and White House proposes plans to allow oil and gas exploration in the Atlantic.
In today’s buzz, Christians and capitalism, Republicans and abortion access, and atheism and the Deep South.
In today’s buzz, religious “seekers,” Republican faith ambassadors, and million dollar atheist settlements.
In today’s buzz, a new study reveals a jump in LGBT-friendly congregations, Missouri lawmakers enact a 3-day waiting period for abortion, and gender discrimination from a transgender person’s point of view.
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, 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.