Today’s Buzz covers President Obama and his faith, the history of Presidents’ Day, and a look at the best and worst places to live in America.
Today’s Buzz covers a raise in the federal minimum wage, a new survey on Catholics in America and around the world, and controversy over the way Bob Jones University has handled cases of sexual assault.
Today’s Buzz covers a moratorium on the death penalty in Washington state, the historically inaccurate inclusion of camels in Genesis, and new efforts to address economic inequality.
Today’s Buzz covers the GOP’s approach to solving economic inequality, a same-sex ballot measure in Oregon, and whether administering medical marijuana to children is in line with Christian values.
Welcome to the Morning Buzz, PRRI’s morning dose of religion-related news with a shot of data – because what doesn’t liven up a morning round-up like some public opinion numbers? On Thursday morning, President Obama delivered his re… [Read more…]
Is the American Dream dead? Maybe in the South, according to new data from researchers at the National Bureau of Economic Research. As Matthew O’Brien reports in The Atlantic, the study finds that those who strive to move up economically have about t… [Read more…]
Join PRRI at #PRRI at 9:00pm ET tonight as we live-tweet during President Obama’s State of the Union address
For more up-to-the-minute data about the issues and policies the President plans to discuss, join PRRI tonight at 9:00pm ET at #PRRI as we live-tweet the State of the Union address. In the meantime, do you believe the American Dream still holds true? L… [Read more…]
Today’s Buzz covers the polarization of American politics, the United Methodist Church’s continued struggle with the issue of same-sex marriage, and whether your iPhone’s operating system believes in God!
Today’s Buzz covers the ongoing debate over legalizing marijuana, a look at the newest hot spot for illegal crossings into the United States, and global unemployment in 2013.
Today’s Buzz covers the minimum wage, Americans’ satisfaction with the economy, and likelihood of tuning in to watch the Super Bowl!