In today’s buzz: what if Americans were required to vote; are Pope Francis and the Dalai Lama exchanging notes; and is football the new partisan divide?
In today’s buzz, Vatican to host interreligious conference on traditional marriage and Arizona schools to remove birth control section in textbooks.
In today’s buzz, southern Baptists concede that the fight over same-sex marriage is over and the U.N. releases an urgent climate change report.
In today’s buzz, Mississippi is serious about its Christianity, Evangelicals are hesitant about Republicans, and Hillary Clinton makes a scary Halloween costume.
In today’s buzz, Britons misestimate demographic figures, a call for compassionate conservatism, and we open registration for our post-election American Values Survey event.
In today’s buzz, same-sex marriage reaches a tipping point, the midterms are all about fear, and “zoning out” has its benefits.
In today’s buzz, how the gender gap and the religiously unaffiliated impacts the upcoming midterm elections.
Over the weekend, PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones made two appearances on the NPR program Interfaith Voices: in one segment, Jones discusses with host Maureen Fiedler how perceptions of Muslims have reached a new low among Americans; in the second conversation with Fiedler, Jones talks about how religious changes in the south—namely, a decrease in the number of white evangelical Protestants—are impacting the upcoming midterm election. “Only six percent of […]
In today’s buzz, six states now recognize same- sex marriages and the “power of prayer” in the U.S. ebola scare.
‘Cause it’s one, two, three strikes and baseball is out! Out of trend, that is, according to a recent New York Times article, which claims that baseball is no longer America’s favorite pastime. National viewership is declining, even as cable packages and online streaming services expand. Take the World Series, which is in full swing this week between two wild card teams – the San Francisco Giants and the Kansas […]