White working-class Americans

Morning Buzz | Protests Slow Down North American Pipeline Projects

[12.11.2014]

In today’s buzz, resistance to Keystone XL impacts other pipeline projects, complications between Democrats and the white working class, and the crowning of TIME’s Person of the Year.

New York Times’ Thomas Edsall Cites PRRI Data in Column about Democrats and White Working Class

[03.12.2014]

Thomas Edsall’s latest op-ed for The New York Times cites Public Religion Research Institute’s September 2012 study, “Beyond Guns and God: Understanding the Complexities of the White Working Class in America,” in an exploration of how Democrats can win back the votes of white working class Americans.

Survey Finds Some Americans Support Same-sex Marriage, Believe Same-gender Sex is Immoral

[03.04.2014]

Today’s Buzz covers GOP efforts to overhaul federal social programs, new research finding states with more atheists boast greater entrepreneurial activity, and Democrats’ efforts to reach out to white working-class men.

BBC Releases The Great British Class Survey

[04.05.2013]

Welcome to the Morning Buzz, PRRI’s morning 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? With the final four upon us, some have had the pleasure of successful forays into bracketology. If your own predictions haven’t gone so well, but you possess a large store of demographic knowledge you should probably try your hand at Population Bracketology, it’s […]

The Election By the Numbers

[11.05.2012]

Just before the 2012 election, Dr. Robert P. Jones was interviewed by Religion & Politics’ Tiffany Stanley, who asked several important questions about what Dr. Jones will be looking for in the post-election data.

Could Working-Class Whites Make the Difference in 2012?

[10.23.2012]

Could white working-class Americans in the Midwest end up saving Obama this year? Our recent survey showed that Romney’s lead among white working-class is, in large part, due to his outsize advantage in the South. In other parts of the country, the race is much closer.

PRRI Shapes News Coverage at the New York Times

[10.04.2012]

In the past few weeks, Public Religion Research Institute’s research has made quite a few appearances at the New York Times, helping to shape the coverage around the final weeks of the 2012 election.

Marijuana Ballot Initiative in Colorado Could Draw Young Voters to the Polls

[10.04.2012]

A ballot initiative on marijuana legalization in Colorado could draw large numbers of younger voters to the polls, creating a “bud bump” for Obama.

Presidential Debate Challenge: Connecting With the Misunderstood White Working Class

[10.03.2012]

At the first presidential debate, Barack Obama and Mitt Romney will both need to overcome two commonly held stereotypes if they want to successfully appeal to white working-class voters. In this week’s article for “Figuring Faith,” Dr. Robert P. Jones outlines this significant challenge.

The GOP’s Woman Problem

[10.03.2012]

Will the GOP’s “woman problem” persist in the 2012 election?

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