This weekend, Dr. Robert P. Jones appeared on State of Belief Radio to discuss the exciting findings from the 2012 American Values Survey.
The religiously unaffiliated are a rapidly growing but often misunderstood group, as Dr. Robert P. Jones outlines in his latest column for “Figuring Faith,” his blog at the Washington Post.
Could white working-class Americans in the Midwest end up saving Obama this year? Our recent survey showed that Romney’s lead among white working-class is, in large part, due to his outsize advantage in the South. In other parts of the country, the rac… [Read more…]
Constitution Party candidate Virgil Goode isn’t Mitt Romney’s only worry. Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson could siphon votes away from Romney in key swing states.
Was Romney’s debate win more about policy, or personality?
Who are America’s most apathetic voters? (It’s not Millennials!)
In the past few weeks, Public Religion Research Institute’s research has made quite a few appearances at the New York Times, helping to shape the coverage around the final weeks of the 2012 election.
Figuring Faith | Presidential Debate Challenge: Connecting With the Misunderstood White Working Class
At the first presidential debate, Barack Obama and Mitt Romney will both need to overcome two commonly held stereotypes if they want to successfully appeal to white working-class voters. In this week’s article for “Figuring Faith,” Dr. Robert P. Jones… [Read more…]
Will the GOP’s “woman problem” persist in the 2012 election?
The first presidential debate is tonight, and the news coverage of the debate may make more of a difference than the debate itself, at least according to this chart.