Gaps Between Hispanics, Republicans on Issues Addressed in the State of the Union

Despite the GOP's recent efforts to reach out to Hispanic Americans, public opinion data shows that Republicans and Hispanic Americans tend to disagree on the issues mentioned in President Obama's State of the Union address and Senator Marco Rubio’s response. … [Read more...]

Gaps Between Hispanics, Republicans on Issues Addressed in the State of the Union

Despite the GOP's recent efforts to reach out to Hispanic Americans, public opinion data shows that Republicans and Hispanic Americans tend to disagree on the issues mentioned in President Obama's State of the Union address and Senator Marco Rubio’s response. … [Read more...]

Abraham Lincoln: America’s Favorite Unaffiliated President?

On the anniversary of the birth of one of the most respected presidents in American history, many would likely be surprised to learn this piece of Lincoln trivia: our 16th President was one of only four religiously unaffiliated heads of state in American history. … [Read more...]

Figuring Faith | The State of the Union: Divided

Just before President Obama delivered his fourth State of the Union address to Congress, Dr. Robert P. Jones outlined the state of public opinion on the issues that Obama was likely to address in his speech. … [Read more...]

Graphic of the Week | Valentine’s Day (What Are Your Plans?)

This week's graphic illustrates gender divides on sex, money, and romance when Valentine's Day rolls around. … [Read more...]

On Darwin’s Birthday, Americans and Politicians Divided on Evolution

American attitudes about evolution more than 200 years after Darwin’s birth and more than 150 years after the publication of On the Origin of Species remain complex. … [Read more...]

Graphic of the Week | The State of the Union: Divided

Less than a week before President Obama addresses Congress in his fourth State of the Union speech, our weekly graphic shows a divided nation on many of the issues that Obama is likely to address. … [Read more...]

Our Corner | Sports and Religion with AEI’s “Banter”

This week, PRRI Research Director Dan Cox had the opportunity to sit down with the proprietors of the American Enterprise Institute's "Banter" podcast, Stu and Andrew, to discuss our recent poll on sports and religion. … [Read more...]

Our Corner | The GOP’s Conservative Conundrum

PRRI Research Director Daniel Cox explores the role that the GOP's close association with the Christian Right may have played among American Jews in the 2012 election: … [Read more...]

Our Corner | Dr. Robert P. Jones at Duke University

Last month, Dr. Robert P. Jones spoke at Duke University on attitudes toward Muslims in America today. The full lecture is now available online. … [Read more...]


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