In today’s buzz, the most liberal and conservative jobs in the US, plus PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones on why millennials are leaving their religious institutions.
PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones appears on Georgia Public Broadcasting’s “On Second Thought” to discuss the rise of the religiously unaffiliated in America.
In today’s buzz, in the US, Catholics more supportive of gay rights than country overall, and new program changes all “millennials” mentions to “snake people.”
Using the American Values Atlas, we explore nine of the country’s key battleground states—particularly, how each state’s religious make-up is changing.
In today’s buzz, Americans attitudes toward the reality of climate change, and Catholics are “soul-searching” after Ireland legalizes same-sex marriage.
PRRI’s Religion, Values, and Climate Change Survey finds stark political and religious divides on views about climate change.
In today’s buzz, results of a widely cited study on attitudes toward gay marriage may have been faked, and some say Christianity isn’t declining, just changing.
In today’s buzz, Asian American groups file federal complaint against Harvard, and why millennials are delaying marriage.
In his New York Times column, Albert Hunt talks to PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones about the political ramifications of the rise in the religiously unaffiliated.
Using a PRRI post, the New York Times’ Charles M. Blow argues that the unaffiliated have long been politically underrepresented.