How socially conservative are Hispanic Americans, how persuadable are Hispanic Americans on social issues, and how important are these issues to Hispanic American voters?
Joining the Party: On Abortion and Same-sex Marriage, Hispanic American Partisans Are as Polarized as the Public
GOP Missouri Senate candidate Todd Akin threw the political world into a tizzy on Sunday morning, when he declared that women could not get pregnant from “legitimate rape,” and that abortion should therefore be illegal in all circumstances.
In this week’s “Figuring Faith,” Dr. Robert P. Jones shows that Paul Ryan’s economic philosophy contrasts sharply with that of the U.S. Catholic Bishops, as well as American Catholics overall.
PRRI Affiliated Scholar Melissa Deckman has a chapter in a new edited volume on the Tea Party.
A gunman opened fire on a security guard at the headquarters of the conservative Family Research Council’s main office in Washington, DC, only to be subdued by the injured security guard.
What should we expect from Catholics between now and Election day?
A group of atheists decided to transcend party lines by launching dual billboard campaigns, deriding the religious faith of both Romney and Obama.
On this week’s “Interfaith Voices,” Dr. Robert P. Jones joined host Maureen Fiedler and fellow guest Kim Lawton, the managing editor of Religion & Ethics Newsweekly, to discuss the faith factor in the 2012 election.
For the first time, there is no Protestant on the Republican ticket.
It turns out that Rob Portman, who you may know as one of the “boring white guys” on Romney’s shortlist for VP, owns a haunted hotel.