In the face of inaction by the House, Julia Preston's latest for The New York Times features PRRI data in exploring debates among immigrants currently living in the United States illegally over whether to hold out for a citizenship-only legislative approach or to settle for more protections that stop short of citizenship.
Making the distinction between being an atheist and identifying as religiously unaffiliated may seem minor, but the difference between the two is surprisingly significant in the minds of many Americans.
President Obama made headlines earlier this week by announcing his support for the Harkin-Miller bill, which would raise the federal minimum wage from $7.25 to $10.10. PRRI’s recently released 2013 American Values Survey explored public opinion on increasing the minimum wage from $7.25 to $10.00 an hour, finding that more than 7-in-10 (71 percent) Americans support raising the minimum wage while roughly 1-in-4 (24 percent) oppose.
Following the release of PRRI's 2013 American Values Survey: In Search of Libertarians in America, editor MacKenzie Babb sat down with Brink Lindsey, Cato Institute's vice president for research, to get his take on the results.
Our 2013 American Values Survey: In Search of Libertarians in America finds that libertarians stand out among conservative groups for their unique religious make-up and comparatively low levels of religious commitment.
Our newly released American Values Survey: In Search of Libertarians in America finds that some key conservative constituencies, including libertarians, white evangelical Protestants and the Tea Party, are already identifying favorites among the slate of potential candidates.
Neil King Jr.'s latest for The Wall Street Journal, "Evangelical Leader Preaches Pullback from Politics, Culture Wars," explores efforts by the Southern Baptist Convention's Russell Moore to encourage evangelicals to tone down their rhetoric on hot-button social issues.
Pew Research Center’s Survey of Jewish Americans, released just yesterday, provides a wealth of demographic and religious information.
Voice of America's Jerome Socolovsky recently sat down with PRRI CEO Dr. Robert P. Jones to discuss the launch of America's first nontheist PAC.
Laurie Goodstein has penned a great new article for The New York Times on PRRI's Hispanic Values Survey.
Following the release of PRRI’s Ohio Values Survey, editor MacKenzie Babb sat down with affiliated scholar Paul Djupe, professor of political science at Denison University in Ohio, to get his take on the results.
A military jury decided this week to recommend the death sentence for convicted Fort Hood shooter Maj. Nidal Hasan, the Army psychiatrist who killed 13 people and wounded another 32 when he opened fire on a building packed with unarmed soldiers and civilians in 2009.
E.J. Dionne, senior fellow at the Brookings Institution and co-author of the PRRI-Brookings Economic Values Survey, discusses what the survey’s findings may mean for the future of the American political and religious landscapes in his latest op-ed for The Washington Post.
In his latest column for Huffington Post Religion, PRRI Research Director Daniel Cox examines why such a high number of Millennials now identify as nonreligious and what influence this could have on the future of religion in America.
A new piece from The London Times explores how American Millennials may be re-shaping the country’s political and religious landscape, based both on an interview with PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones and findings from PRRI’s 2013 Economic Values Survey.