Religious Liberty

Morning Buzz | Homeschooling Now for Atheists


In today’s buzz, a look at the religious landscape of Wisconsin, and homeschooling and non-religious families.

Morning Buzz | Majority of Young Republicans Believe Immigrants Strengthen U.S., Support Path to Citizenship, Finds New PRRI Poll


In today’s buzz, immigration continues to divide GOP, and GA governor vetoes “religious liberty” bill.

Listen to PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones Discuss Georgians’ Attitudes on LGBT Issues on WABE, Atlanta’s NPR Affiliate Radio


PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones appeared on Atlanta’s NPR affiliate radio to discuss Georgians’ attitudes on LGBT issues and religiously based service refusals.

Morning Buzz | Vatican Does Not Deny, Confirm Kim Davis-Pope Francis Meeting


In today’s buzz, a case for why voting should be a requirement, plus why televangelists are Donald Trump’s saving grace.

Two-thirds of Catholics Oppose Refusing Service to LGBT People on Religious Grounds


As Kim Davis continues to make headlines, and the pope will speak on religious freedom in Philadelphia, we take a look at where US Catholics stand on the issue.

Morning Buzz | Most (52%) Americans Do Not Know Pope is Visiting U.S.


In today’s buzz, Ted Cruz reaffirms his stance on “religious liberty” laws, plus religion isn’t “trendy” in Hollywood anymore.

Morning Buzz | America’s Black Clergy on Religious Liberty, Discrimination


In today’s buzz, the fine line between religious liberty and discrimination, plus the pope’s upcoming address to Congress.

Morning Buzz | Catholic Leadership Speak Out Against California’s “Right to Die” Bill


In today’s buzz, opposition to California’s “right to die” bill, plus the pressure to digitize public libraries.

Morning Buzz | Supreme Court Votes in Favor of Same-sex Marriage — What’s Next?


In today’s buzz, Obama delivers the eulogy at the Rev. Clementa C. Pinckney’s funeral, plus gay conversion therapy breaks consumer fraud protection laws.

In the Atlantic | After Same-Sex Marriage, Then What?


In his latest article for The Atlantic, PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones explores what’s next for the LGBT community once SCOTUS rules on same-sex marriage.