Barack Obama

Morning Buzz | Most Americans Want Mandatory Minimums Eliminated


In today’s buzz, how the country’s mass incarceration impacts black communities, plus recent graduates on if the cost of college was worth it.

Morning Buzz | Carly Fiorina and the Electoral Gender Gap


In today’s buzz, the pope was surprised by how warm and welcoming Americans were, plus religion and contraception may enter the Supreme Court again.

Morning Buzz | Pope Francis: Climate Change is a Problem for This Generation, Not Next


In today’s buzz, specialty-crafted pope pizzas, plus the religions of our U.S. representatives.

Morning Buzz | Pope Francis Comes to Washington


In today’s buzz, the pope meets with President Obama, plus former Catholics are more likely to hold positive views of the pope than of the Catholic Church.

Morning Buzz | Pope Francis Will Spend Most of His Time Visiting Places with Few Hispanic Catholics


In today’s buzz, presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders speaks at Liberty University, plus Americans still question President Obama’s religion.

PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones Gives Keynote Presentation at the White House’s Fifth Annual President’s Interfaith and Community Service Campus Challenge


PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones spoke at the White House’s Fifth Annual President’s Interfaith and Community Service Campus Challenge—see the full presentation here.

Morning Buzz | A Profile of the American Former Catholic


In today’s buzz, a “no selfie zone” in India, plus why Trump’s initial success should come as no surprise.

Morning Buzz | Study: Physicians Largely Avoid Religious Discourse


In today’s buzz, PRRI Research Director Dan Cox on why fewer millennials are participating in organized religion, plus the Amish romance novel industry.

Morning Buzz | Islamic Scholars Come Together for Climate Change


In today’s buzz, the White House hires its first openly transgender full-time staff member, plus Russian authorities break up an illegal “cheese ring.”

Morning Buzz | Taylor Swift Concert Brings Together Democratic, Republican Lawmakers


In today’s buzz, the Boy Scouts of America have lifted a ban on gay scout leaders, and the Pentagon is a step closer to ending their ban on openly transgender individuals serving in the military.