In today’s buzz, evangelical college students join #HandsUpWalkOut, Jeb Bush “actively explores” a presidential run in 2016, and the Vatican releases a five-year report on American nuns.
The battle of “Merry Christmas” vs. “Happy Holidays” is feistier than ever this year. Our latest public opinion numbers on holiday greetings and festivities.
In case you missed it, PRRI’s latest survey, conducted in partnership with Religion News Service, received significant national media coverage this week!
Packed parking lots, long lines, and crowds of customers make shopping one of the most visible hallmarks of the holiday season across the country. This year, Americans who celebrate Christmas plan to purchase gifts totaling an average of $914, accordin… [Read more…]
PRRI’s latest survey, conducted in partnership with Religion News Service, finds nearly half (49 percent) of Americans agree that stores and businesses should, out of respect for people of different faiths, greet their customers with “happy holiday… [Read more…]
Today’s Buzz covers Americans’ feelings toward the holiday season, C.S. Lewis’s enduring legacy, and whether it really is the end of the world as we know it!
PRRI’s latest survey, conducted in partnership with Religion News Service and released just today, uncovers a number of key findings on Americans’ opinions about the holiday season.
Do You Believe? Americans Less Likely to Believe in Historical Accuracy of Christmas Story Than a Decade Ago
My latest column for Huffington Post Religion explores the findings of PRRI’s latest survey, conducted in partnership with Religion News Service and released just this morning, on the drop in the number of Americans who believe the Bible’s Christmas st… [Read more…]
Cathy Lynn Grossman’s latest for The Washington Post highlights the findings of PRRI’s most recent report, conducted in partnership with Religion News Service, which explores Americans’ feelings toward the holiday season.