In today’s buzz, what to expect from the Fox News interview with the Duggars and Jeb Bush’s luck in Iowa.
In today’s buzz, Hillary Clinton’s Methodist faith likely won’t take center stage in 2016, and the most diverse cities are sometimes the most segregated.
In today’s buzz, Republican governors are warming up to Obamacare, and VT Senator Bernie Sanders announces his run for president.
In today’s buzz, GOP presidential hopefuls woo evangelical Protestants in Iowa, and white Catholics’, white mainline Protestants’ support for same-sex marriage.
In today’s buzz, the White House will host its first US Buddhist Leadership Conference next month, and a Brown professor is trying to create a moral robot.
In today’s buzz, the media has picked up data from our newest survey on millennials, and business leaders have come out against Indiana’s religious freedom law.
In today’s buzz, FiveThirtyEight looks at the faith of U.S. prisoners and SF evangelical church announces it’ll no longer require LGBT members to be celibate.
In an article featuring American Academy of Religion (AAR) President Laurie Zoloth, the New York Times highlighted the release of PRRI’s climate change report.
In today’s buzz, we release our post-election American Values Survey, finding that 62% of Americans say the country is on the wrong track.
Over the weekend, PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones made two appearances on the NPR program Interfaith Voices: in one segment, Jones discusses with host Maureen Fiedler how perceptions of Muslims have reached a new low among Americans; in the second conversation with Fiedler, Jones talks about how religious changes in the south—namely, a decrease in the number of white evangelical Protestants—are impacting the upcoming midterm election. “Only six percent of […]