In the midst of a national conversation on Indiana and Arkansas’ religious freedom bills, Jones discusses millennial attitudes on homosexuality, same-sex marriage, and other LGBT issues with HuffPost Live host Josh Zepps.
In today’s buzz, IN lawmakers introduces edits to controversial religious freedom law, and Rev. Robert H. Schuller, charismatic Southern CA televangelist, dies.
In today’s buzz, Walmart criticizes “religious freedom” bills, and WaPo uses our millennials report in an article about sexual assault on campus.
Eight in Ten Americans Oppose Allowing Small Business Owners to Refuse to Serve Gay People on Religious Grounds
In today’s buzz, the NYT editorial board’s criticism of IN’s “religious freedom” law and millennials’ reluctance to make black-and-white moral pronouncements.
Don’t pass the matzo ball soup just yet—Jewish Americans don’t say Passover is as important as other Jewish holidays. A plurality (43 percent) of American Jews said Yom Kippur, the “Day of Atonement,” is the most important Jewish holiday to them personally. This is according to PRRI’s 2012 Jewish Values Survey, which, among other questions, asked Americans who identify as Jewish what the most important Jewish holiday is to them personally. In a distant […]
In today’s buzz, Elle Magazine uses PRRI data to ask why the sexual assault discussion is limited to colleges, and the “Francis Effect” has spread to America.
The Atlantic, NBC News Latino, Washington Post, New Republic, RNS, Elle Magazine, and Fusion were some of the outlets that covered our new data on millennials.
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, we release report on how race and religion shape millennial views on sexuality and reproductive health, and the pope will visit the WH in Sept.