Death Penalty

Morning Buzz | Super Tuesday Showdown


In today’s buzz, all eyes are on Texas and Massachusetts this Super Tuesday, plus an argument that exit polls should ask about religious affiliation.

Morning Buzz | Why S.C. Evangelicals Sided with Trump; PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones on MSNBC Live with Tamron Hall


In today’s buzz, the pope reiterates opposition to death penalty, plus PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones discusses why many evangelicals support Trump.

In Politics and Religion | The Role of Born-Again Identity on the Political Attitudes of Whites, Blacks, Latinos, and Asian Americans


In a new article for Politics and Religion, Janelle S. Wong, Ph.D. uses PRRI research to explore evangelicalism, race, and political attitudes.

Morning Buzz | The States That May Decide the GOP Nominee


In today’s buzz, PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones presents findings on the evolving religious landscape at the White House, plus “night milk” is the new kale.

Morning Buzz | Spooky & Scary Statistic: 48 States Don’t Name Reese’s as Favorite Candy


In today’s buzz, Paul Ryan elected speaker of the House, Clinton says she is against doing away with the death penalty, plus every state’s favorite candy.

In the Atlantic | Evangelicals Discover Moral Ambiguity on the Death Penalty


In his latest for The Atlantic, PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones explores the significance of the NAE’s new resolution on the death penalty.

Morning Buzz | Evangelicals Soften Position on Death Penalty


In today’s buzz, Texas lawmakers to cut Medicaid funding to state Planned Parenthood clinics and Israel teaching coding skills to ultra-Orthodox men.

Morning Buzz | Vatican Does Not Deny, Confirm Kim Davis-Pope Francis Meeting


In today’s buzz, a case for why voting should be a requirement, plus why televangelists are Donald Trump’s saving grace.

Morning Buzz | 2014 Election Turnout Lowest in U.S. Census History


In today’s buzz, graduation rates from nearly every school district, plus TLC cancels “19 Kids and Counting” after Josh Duggar’s molestation confessions.

Morning Buzz | Texas Attorney General Says County Clerks Can Refuse Gay Couples


In today’s buzz, the Texas attorney general on same-sex marriage licenses, plus SCOTUS on lethal injection and toxic emissions.