Today’s Buzz covers the challenges facing religiously unaffiliated candidates in American politics today, as well as China’s move to relax its one-child policy and a new poll showing American voters are angrier than ever!
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.
Today’s Buzz covers debates over the separation of church and state in Quebec, as well as the potential long-term effects of Obamacare’s implementation.
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 in… [Read more…]
Today’s Buzz covers immigration reform, natural disasters and gender inequality in Christian conferences!
Many public opinion polls have taken America’s temperature on Obamacare and its components, but few have asked whether government-guaranteed health insurance, as a principle, is a worthy government endeavor. A new survey by the Public Religion Resear… [Read more…]
Today’s Buzz covers race and cultural identity in America today, women’s rights around the world, and how Americans think the government should address the growing health problem of obesity.
Today’s Buzz covers gun control, Sunday store closures, and Brink Lindsey’s take on PRRI’s 2013 American Values Survey!
Today’s Buzz covers the surprising role of Mormons in pushing for ENDA, business executives’ efforts to reform the immigration system, and new groups creating Christian communities around craft beer.