In today’s buzz, Robert P. Jones speaks with PBS’ Newshour about gauging millennials’ racial attitudes, and RI teachers’ requests to observe Good Friday denied.
In today’s buzz, the first accredited Islamic university in the U.S., and what 200 years of immigration to the U.S. looks like.
In today’s buzz, how Mexican immigration in U.S. has changed in the last century, and a new paper reveals how modern day Catholics feel about cosmetic surgery.
In today’s buzz, immigration reform is at a standstill in Congress and prominent Christian writer Rachel Held Evans is leaving the evangelical faith.
In today’s buzz, Mayor De Blasio announces addition of Muslim holidays to NYC’s public school calendar, and new Catholic Bishop advocates for immigration reform.
In today’s buzz, Presbyterian Church USA pastors may soon be able to perform same-sex marriages and WI Gov. Scott Walker changes stance on immigration reform.
The Washington Post’s editorial board calls PRRI’s new American Values Atlas (AVA) a “large and important new survey.”
In today’s buzz, NYT’s columnist Frank Bruni, WP’s Monkey Cage, and PRRI CEO Robert Jones tap into data from the newly released Americans Values Atlas.
PRRI’s latest Graphic of the Week highlights state-by-state data on immigration reform preferences using the recently updated American Values Atlas.
In his latest article in The Atlantic, Robert Jones uses data from the American Values Atlas (AVA) to show what Americans really think about immigration reform.