While only 10 GOP candidates will battle it out Thursday in the first debate, here are five things every Republican presidential hopeful should know about their electorate.
Presidential hopeful Donald Trump has made headlines over his controversial remarks on immigrants—but does he represent where all Republicans stand on the issue?
Three weeks ahead of the first GOP primary debate, newly anointed front-runner Donald Trump is leading in recent polls. Trump’s dramatic rise in the polls has been attributed to his controversial negative remarks about Mexican immigrants. But how consistent are Trump’s statements about immigrants with the views of the Republican electorate? Self-identified Republicans are more likely to say that newcomers from other countries threaten traditional American customs and values than […]
The New York Times’ Thomas B. Edsall explores Hillary Clinton’s ability to appeal to the working class on economic issues, and uses PRRI surveys to help do so.
In today’s buzz, Americans are becoming less religious and more socially liberal, and fewer immigrants are entering the US illegally.
Using the American Values Atlas, we explore nine of the country’s key battleground states—particularly, how each state’s religious make-up is changing.
As we gear up for the 2016 elections, we use the AVA to take an in-depth look at some of the early primary states: New Hampshire, Iowa, and South Carolina.
In today’s buzz, how each of 2016’s most buzzed-about candidates found their faith, and President Obama’s new climate action plan.
New York Times’ Frank Bruni uses data from PRRI’s American Values Atlas to help explain the evolving relationship between religion and LGBT discrimination.
In today’s buzz, the NYT editorial board’s criticism of IN’s “religious freedom” law and millennials’ reluctance to make black-and-white moral pronouncements.