In today’s buzz, Marco Rubio joins the race towards 2016, Ohio religious leaders to support gay marriage, and PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones talks religious freedom.
In today’s buzz, a group of Mormons publicly oppose top LDS leaders, and doctors and environmental authorities link impacts of climate change to public health.
In today’s buzz, S.C. church event combines beer and hymns, and a federal judge in Texas has blocked President Obama’s executive action on immigration.
In today’s buzz, a new Maryland fee inadvertently starts a “green” ministry, LDS OKs Mormon mothers with young children to teach, and the Oxford dictionary crowns “vape” the word of the year.
In today’s buzz, we release our post-election American Values Survey, finding that 62% of Americans say the country is on the wrong track.
In today’s buzz, Hobby Lobby and Guantanamo, Mormons and undergarments, and G.I. Joe and . . . yoga?
PRRI in the New York Times | Social Worker Spreads a Message of Acceptance to Mormons with Gay Children[09.15.2014]
A recent New York Times article on growing acceptance of the gay community within Mormonism features PRRI data from our 2014 LGBT survey.
In today’s buzz, President Obama will speak on ISIS tonight, Mormonism gains some surprising partners in the ongoing same-sex marriage battle, and an awesome infographic on the partisan history of the U.S. Senate.
In today’s Buzz, independent candidates run for state-level offices, many Americans still struggle to put food on the table, the Supreme Court gears up for another religious liberty case, the New York Times explores the race gap in America’s police departments, and the Mormon church puts its artifacts on display.
In today’s Buzz, expansion of mental health care stalls, a Utah judge issues a victory for a polygamous family, the U.S. government sues a Minneapolis suburb for blocking an Islamic center, a leaked poll shows that women are skeptical of the GOP, measuring abortion rates is challenging, and both parties worry that White House action on immigration could tip the 2014 midterm elections.