In today’s buzz, immigration is on the rise, lefties are making less money, and marijuana may be out before it’s in for DC residents.
In today’s buzz, the New York Times cites PRRI/AAR’s “riveting session” about climate change at AAR and Americans believe the country’s immigration system is broken.
In today’s buzz, we release a timely survey on executive action and immigration, finding that 72 percent of Americans support the goals of President Obama’s immigration action.
In today’s buzz, nearly half of Americans cite biblical end times as reason for severity of recent natural disasters, plus The Gospel of Jesus’s Wife and Amish on the rise.
In today’s buzz, we release a major survey on climate change, immigration data to match President Obama’s remarks Thursday evening, and the secret life of passwords.
In today’s buzz, the nun who won “The Voice” of Italy covers Madonna’s “Like a Virgin” and a religion writer defends New Atheists.
In today’s buzz, PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones talks economy and immigration on MSNBC and our latest infographic charts our country’s racial disconnect.
In today’s buzz, the Catholic Church reconsiders remarried divorcees, AA meetings banned in fear of same-sex marriage, and political analyst Alan Abramowitz speaks about political polarization.
In today’s buzz , immigration cases challenge American schools, the DOJ set to release a new anti-profiling policy, and Alaska legalizes marijuana—39 years ago.
In today’s Buzz, the National Guard heads to the Texas-Mexico border with too little to do, U.S. employers are taking longer to fill empty positions, Texas’s voter ID law goes to trial, Oklahoma’s schools start in legal limbo, women crack the stained-glass ceiling, and more people choose to rent.