Today’s Buzz covers TipsforJesus, a U.S. citizenship test, and which state’s residents are least likely to curse!
In case you missed it, PRRI’s latest immigration survey report, What Americans (Still) Want From Immigration Reform, received significant national media coverage last week! Be sure to check out some thoughtful takes on the findings at The New York Times, CNN, The Washington Post, Bloomberg, NPR, NBC, MSNBC, NBC Latino, Fox News Latino, The L.A. Times, and Time.
Today’s Buzz covers support for immigration reform, President John F. Kennedy’s religious legacy, and the pope’s calls for reforming the Roman Catholic Church!
While immigration reform legislation has experienced its ups and downs during 2013, recent surveys have shown that American views on immigration have not budged over the course of the year.
Today’s Buzz covers the findings of PRRI’s latest immigration report, as well as a new discovery on Buddha’s life and what could be the end of tax-free housing for clergy members!
Despite the ups and downs of the prospects for comprehensive immigration reform in Congress, public support for a path to citizenship for immigrants currently living in the United States illegally has remained steady throughout 2013.
Prominently featured both online and in The New York Times print edition today is an article by Julia Preston on PRRI’s latest report, What Americans (Still) Want from Immigration Reform, released just today at the American Academy of Religion Annual Conference!
Although immigration reform policy is complex and continues to evolve, the Senate bill that passed in June (S-744) includes three key features: a 13-year waiting period before immigrants may become full citizens, an estimated $4,000 in mandatory fines and fees to be paid over the course of the citizenship process, and a $46 billion investment in increased border security. While there is consensus around some provisions, on others, views differ sharply by political affiliation.
Americans’ Views on Specific Immigration Provisions: Fines, Waiting Periods, and Increased Border Security[11.25.2013]
Today’s Buzz covers the gender gap in libertarianism, public opinion on immigration reform, and some really, really well-aged wine!
Today’s Buzz covers the launch of our new immigration report, the increase of economic insecurity across the United States, and physician assisted-suicide!