Religion News Service reports 10 telling numbers about religion and society this year, using several PRRI surveys.
In today’s buzz, although Republicans came out on top in Tuesday’s midterms, Democrats held onto Millennials—but that might change soon.
Despite Democrats’ current advantage among young voters, age and race are two divisions within the Millennial cohort that may affect Democrats’ solid performance with young Americans in future elections.
In today’s buzz, Mississippi is serious about its Christianity, Evangelicals are hesitant about Republicans, and Hillary Clinton makes a scary Halloween costume.
Research Director Daniel Cox examines when President Obama lost the support of his tried-and-true demographic: white Millennials.
In PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones’ latest article in The Atlantic, he examines the slim margin between Republicans and Democrats in five key Senate races this midterm election. Although the GOP has historically enjoyed stalwart support from what was once considered a base constituency, white evangelical Protestants are dwindling in numbers—not only in the South but throughout the United States. In fact, the number of white evangelical Protestants nationwide has slipped from 22 percent in 2007 to 18 percent today, which may not bode well for Republicans at the polls this November.
In today’s buzz, New Hampshire residents play hard to get with 2016 presidential hopefuls and waves of “Hijabi Hipsters” reshape young Islam.
In today’s buzz, Millennials show love for Hillary, Las Vegas preps for same-sex marriage rush, and “Mass Mobs” invade Detroit churches.
In today’s buzz, how black Millennials feel about same-sex marriage and if more education means less religion.
In today’s buzz, a scholar reflects on the study of secularism, a millennial cries discrimination against his generation, and a “wall” made of crocheted “bricks” descends upon DC.