Muslims

Morning Buzz | Christians Countering Anti-Muslim Rhetoric

[05.03.2016]

In today’s buzz, abortion clinics closing in blue states, and a rabbi and a UCC pastor fighting to overturn gender stereotypes in parenting.

Morning Buzz | NJ School Board Member Resigns Over Islamophobic Facebook Posts

[04.26.2016]

In today’s buzz, city of Cleveland pays Tamir Rice family settlement after 2014 shooting, and backlash over Target’s transgender bathroom policy.

Morning Buzz | Virginia Appeals Court Sides with Transgender Student

[04.21.2016]

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.

Morning Buzz | Student Speaking Arabic Kicked Off Flight

[04.19.2016]

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 […]

Morning Buzz | How Religion Impacts the Pay Gap

[04.05.2016]

In today’s buzz, how religion impacts the pay gap, and how living as a Muslim in America has changed.

Morning Buzz | Favorability and the 2016 Presidential Race

[03.28.2016]

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.

Morning Buzz | Double Standard on Religious Violence, in Brussels Aftermath

[03.23.2016]

In today’s buzz, why Mormons are averse to Donald Trump, plus Americans’ double standard on religious violence.

Morning Buzz | Bernie Wins Heavily Muslim Michigan City

[03.10.2016]

In today’s buzz, how climate change became a partisan issue, plus why immigrants from Latin America are rushing to become legal citizens.

Morning Buzz | Mixed Results in Weekend Primaries, Caucuses

[03.07.2016]

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.