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 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?
Dr. Robert P. Jones discusses religion and the 2012 election with Cliff Vaughn of EthicsDaily.com. How much enthusiasm will white evangelical Protestants bring to this November’s election?
Attacks against Muslims in the U.S. spiked during the holy month of Ramadan, which ended this weekend.
A gunman opened fire on a security guard at the headquarters of the conservative Family Research Council’s main office in Washington, DC, only to be subdued by the injured security guard.
What should we expect from Catholics between now and Election day?
Mitt Romney has played down his personal Mormon faith, but has not hesitated to harness “religion” under other guises for political gain.
This week on State of Belief Radio, Dr. Robert P. Jones provided some context in a segment about recent claims that black Americans will abandon President Obama over his endorsement of same-sex marriage. Dr. Jones observed: What the poll really reveal… [Read more…]