In his speech at the Republican National Convention, Romney will need to discuss his Mormon faith without delving into the specifics of Mormon theology.
Another sign that religious unaffiliation is taking root in America, especially among the younger generation: now children are going away to atheist summer camp.
This Friday, on NPR’s “Tell Me More,” Dr. Robert P. Jones discussed the Catholic vote. For the first time, both major political parties have Catholic vice presidential Catholics
The Romney campaign wants to expand its Hispanic voting base. To do so, however, they may need to talk more about immigration and less about social issues.
Roman Catholic Cardinal Timothy Dolan will offer the closing blessing at the Republican National Convention (assuming it’s not derailed by Hurricane Isaac), suggesting that the U.S. Catholic Bishops’ denunciation of VP candidate Paul Ryan’s proposed bu… [Read more…]
Strong majorities of religious Americans support abortion rights in four of seven circumstances.
The GOP platform will include a plank supporting a ban on the use of foreign law (including Shari’a, or Islamic law) in U.S. courtrooms.
One college professor says that Facebook is inspiring his students to overshare.
Joining the Party: On Abortion and Same-sex Marriage, Hispanic American Partisans Are as Polarized as the Public
How socially conservative are Hispanic Americans, how persuadable are Hispanic Americans on social issues, and how important are these issues to Hispanic American voters?
GOP Missouri Senate candidate Todd Akin threw the political world into a tizzy on Sunday morning, when he declared that women could not get pregnant from “legitimate rape,” and that abortion should therefore be illegal in all circumstances.