In today’s buzz, city of Cleveland pays Tamir Rice family settlement after 2014 shooting, and backlash over Target’s transgender bathroom policy.
In today’s buzz, a look at the changes taking place in Chicago’s Police Department, and how Muslim parents are talking to their children about the presidential candidates.
Welcome to the Morning Buzz, PRRI’s daily dose of religion-related news with a shot of data — because what doesn’t liven up a morning round-up like some public opinion numbers? Why the 7.0+ magnitude earthquakes that hit Japan and Ecuador this weekend weren’t related. Baltimore resident Freddie Gray died in police custody one year ago today, an event that led to city-wide protests and reignited an already intense conversation about […]
In today’s buzz, how religion impacts the pay gap, and how living as a Muslim in America has changed.
In today’s buzz, tensions in Brussels between city officials and Muslims, an Indiana bill restricts abortions, and a breakdown of Clinton and Trump’s favorability.
In today’s buzz, why Mormons are averse to Donald Trump, plus Americans’ double standard on religious violence.
In today’s buzz, how climate change became a partisan issue, plus why immigrants from Latin America are rushing to become legal citizens.
In today’s buzz, Professor Larycia Hawkins accepts a position a the University of Virginia, plus Ben Carson announces plans to chair a Christian voter group.
Watch PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones Present at Elon University’s Center for the Study of Religion, Culture and Society[02.17.2016]
PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones presented research on America’s changing demographics, economic and cultural anxiety, and the 2016 presidential campaign.
In today’s buzz, GOP hopefuls criticize President Obama’s mosque visit, and the First Baptist Church celebrates its 240th anniversary.