Utah Officials Appeal Judge’s Ruling Allowing Same-Sex Marriage to U.S. Supreme Court

Today's Buzz covers same-sex marriage in Utah, the Boy Scouts new competition, and a five-minute mash-up of the year's biggest songs! … [Read more...]

Democrats Believe Minimum Wage Will Be a Winning Issue in 2014. Are They Right?

As Democratic and Republican congressional candidates prepare for the 2014 local and national elections, each party is seeking to find an issue that will rally support among voters; according to Jonathan Martin and Michael D. Shear’s latest for The New York Times, Democratic Party leaders may have found it in their efforts to increase the minimum wage. … [Read more...]

Utah to Appeal Judge’s Ruling Allowing Same-Sex Marriage to U.S. Supreme Court

Nearly 1,000 gay and lesbian couples have purchased wedding licenses from the state of Utah since a federal judge struck down the state’s ban on same-sex marriages December 20. … [Read more...]

See the Year in Religion & Politics via PRRI’s Best 2013 Infographics

Be sure to check out this awesome slideshow showcasing PRRI's best infographics of 2013 for a recap of the year's most exciting findings on religion and politics! … [Read more...]

Slideshow: A Year in Religion and Politics via PRRI Info Graphics

2013 was an eventful year for religion and politics news. Take a walk back through 2013 via this slideshow of the best of PRRI info graphics. … [Read more...]

PRRI-RNS Holiday Survey Gains National Media Attention

In case you missed it, PRRI’s latest survey, conducted in partnership with Religion News Service, received significant national media coverage this week! … [Read more...]

New Mexico Supreme Court Legalizes Same-Sex Marriage

Today's Buzz covers holiday spending, same-sex marriage, and Pope Francis's most interesting moments during the year. … [Read more...]

Best of Graphic of the Week 2013

A collection of infographics from our research in 2013. … [Read more...]

Polarized Holiday Shopping: Are you Target and Starbucks, or Wal-Mart and Dunkin’ Donuts?

Packed parking lots, long lines, and crowds of customers make shopping one of the most visible hallmarks of the holiday season across the country. This year, Americans who celebrate Christmas plan to purchase gifts totaling an average of $914, according to PRRI’s latest survey, conducted in partnership with Religion News Service. … [Read more...]

Young Americans vs. Seniors on “War on Christmas”

Today's Buzz covers food stamp fraud, appropriate holiday greetings, and the U.S. delegation to the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi! … [Read more...]


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