In today’s buzz, a NJ nun moves one step closer to sainthood and SCOTUS stays out of same-sex marriage decision. Read more

In today’s buzz, PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones talks economy and immigration on MSNBC and our latest infographic charts our country’s racial disconnect. Read more

Our latest infographic illustrates how colorblind Americans believe our criminal justice system to be—and how opinions shifted after the events in Ferguson, Mo. Read more

On Friday, PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones appeared on MSNBC’s The Reid Report to discuss how Americans are dispirited about the economy despite the release of new data from the Bureau of Labor and Statistics showing an increase in jobs and a drop in the unemployment rate. The live segment also covered the American Dream, immigration reform, and other findings from the 2014 American Values Survey.   Jones reported the public is waking […] Read more

In today’s buzz, PRRI explains the blip in same-sex marriage support, a “death with dignity act” gains momentum, and Abercrombie & Fitch head to court. Read more

Today, The Atlantic features an article by PRRI’s CEO Robert P. Jones and Research Director Daniel Cox, who push back against speculations, based on a single recent poll from Pew, that support for same-sex marriage is declining. They give four reasons … Read more

In today’s buzz, the Catholic Church reconsiders remarried divorcees, AA meetings banned in fear of same-sex marriage, and political analyst Alan Abramowitz speaks about political polarization. Read more

PRRI Speaks with Alan Abramowitz about America’s Growing Political and Cultural Polarization Read more

In today’s buzz, how Ferguson changed Americans’ opinion on the criminal justice system and what happens when a Muslim prays in the NFL. Read more

PRRI CEO Robert P. Jones discusses how a question from the American Values Survey 2014 about whether black Americans and other minorities receive equal treatment in the criminal justice system vividly captures the strikingly different reactions of whit… Read more

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