(RNS) — In a new Gallup poll, the biggest gap between Trump's job approval rating and how Americans feel about him personally, percentage-wise, comes from weekly churchgoers.
(RNS) — When it comes to talking about abortion, restricting people to a simplistic 'pro-life' or 'pro-choice' identity creates the mother of all antagonistic binaries.
Nearly one in five Americans see polygamy as morally acceptable, says Gallup. How do Mormons feel about it, and why?
(RNS) The president and Hillary Clinton are tops on the list but The Donald and the pontiff were also "top of mind" for many Americans when asked who they most admired.
(RNS) As more Muslims enter public service sectors, Americans are more accepting of them.
(RNS) The church and organized religion once led Gallup's annual list of institutions rated with the highest levels of confidence. Not anymore.
(RNS) Mormons put Utah on top, with 51 percent of Utah residents attending church weekly, the highest in U.S., according to a new Gallup poll.
(RNS) The newest Gallup poll finds most Christians don’t approve of President Obama and most Muslims do.
WASHINGTON (RNS) The Gallup Poll's annual "moral acceptability" scale has been conducted since 2001 and charts shifting cultural attitudes on a number of hot-button social issues.
(RNS) Americans’ confidence in organized religion, slowly but steadily declining since the 1970s, slipped to a new low in the latest survey, the Gallup Organization reported. By Bruce Nolan.
(RNS) Nearly one in five Americans would not vote for a Mormon president, a percentage that has barely budged since 1967, according to Gallup pollsters. By Daniel Burke.
(RNS) President Obama’s recent endorsement of same-sex marriage opened a torrent of speculation on what his newly enunciated position will mean politically, but the latest polls indicate the public largely backs his views and that his stance won’t hurt him at the ballot box. By David Gibson. About 250.