Surprisingly few of the religiously unaffiliated qualify as “nonbelievers.” Dr. Robert P. Jones has more at Figuring Faith.
Initiatives for the legalization of marijuana are on the ballot in three states, and men who have never been married could be among their most enthusiastic proponents.
Constitution Party candidate Virgil Goode isn’t Mitt Romney’s only worry. Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson could siphon votes away from Romney in key swing states.
Was Romney’s debate win more about policy, or personality?
Who are America’s most apathetic voters? (It’s not Millennials!)
PRRI Research Director Daniel Cox was featured in a segment on the Christian Broadcasting Network, which focused on our latest survey, “Diverse, Disillusioned, and Divided: Millennial Values and Voter Engagement in the 2012 Election.”
A ballot initiative on marijuana legalization in Colorado could draw large numbers of younger voters to the polls, creating a “bud bump” for Obama.
One college professor says that Facebook is inspiring his students to overshare.
Will the next generation of GOP leaders have socially liberal views?
A new study from the Center for the Study of Theological Education at Auburn Theological Seminary shows that it’s no longer rare for seminary students to graduate with tens of thousands of dollars in student debt.