2018

July 8, 2018
PRRI July 2018 LGBT Survey

Sample: Nationally representative adults (18+) living in the United States

Total Respondents: 2,008 (805 landline, 1,203 cell phone)

Collected: June 27–July 8, 2018

The July 2018 LGBT survey asks Americans about their views on issues specific to the LGBT community, including support for same-sex marriage, laws against discrimination of LGBT people, service refusals by business owners on religious grounds, and more. Other questions examine respondents’ religious habits and their experience with LGBT issues in their places of faith.

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June 24, 2018
PRRI June 2018 Immigration Survey

Sample: Nationally representative adults (18+) living in the United States

Total Respondents: 1,018 (407 landline, 611 cell phone)

Collected: June 20–24, 2018

The June 2018 survey includes Americans’ views related to several immigration issues, including building a wall along the border between the United States and Mexico, banning refugees from entering the U.S., the belief that America sets a good moral example for the world today, and more.

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June 11, 2018
PRRI June 2018 California Workers Survey

The PRRI 2018 California Workers Survey includes a variety of worker and labor-related issues, including their opinion on the state of affairs in respondents’ communities, in California, and nationally. The survey also examines respondents’ economic status including their goals, financial hardships, job status, level of debts, and access to certain banking accounts and retirement plans. Additionally, the survey includes an oversample of those working and struggling with poverty—bringing the total of this group to more than 1,000—and provides insights into their unique experiences, challenges, and aspirations. For the purposes of this study, respondents are classified as “working and struggling with poverty” if they meet two criteria: 1) They are currently employed either full or part-time or are unemployed but still seeking employment; and 2) They live in households that have an adjusted income that is 250% or less than the U.S. Census Bureau’s Supplemental Poverty Measure, adapted for regional location in California.

Sample: Nationally representative adults (18+) living in California, including an oversample of Californians working and struggling with poverty.

Total Respondents: 3,318 (online probability panel)

Collected: May 18 – June 11, 2018

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June 6, 2018
PRRI/The Atlantic June 2018 Voter Engagement Survey

Conducted by PRRI in partnership with The Atlantic magazine, the June 2018 Voter Engagement Survey probes Americans’ faith in their democratic process, their outlook on the country’s future prospects, and their belief that things in the United States have gone off course or stayed on track. The survey also asks about views on President Donald Trump, the 2018 midterm elections, issues with the current election system, and more.

Sample: Nationally representative adults (18+) living in the United States, with oversamples of respondents in Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, and Wisconsin

Total Respondents: 1,031 (online probability panel)

Collected: June 6–18, 2018

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March 25, 2018
PRRI March 2018 Abortion and Contraception Survey

The PRRI March 2018 Survey includes a number of abortion-related questions about respondents’ preferences on the legality of abortion, whether certain types of services should be provided to low-income women through programs like Medicaid, their personal experience with abortion, the level of importance they place on abortion as a political issue, and the accessibility      of abortion services in their community. Also included are a number of LGBT-related issues and their stances on non-discrimination laws, same-sex marriage, and religiously based service refusals. Finally, the survey gauges opinions on what issues the Trump administration should prioritize and views of Trump.

Sample: Nationally representative adults (18+) living in the United States

Total Respondents: 2,020 (810 landline, 1,210 cell phone)

Collected: March 14 – 25, 2018

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January 21, 2018
PRRI January 2018 Sports Survey

The PRRI January 2018 Survey explores Americans’ interest in and views on sports, including the involvement of transgender athletes in high school sports and spending on college sports. The survey also covers support for and opposition to professional athletes kneeling during the national anthem.

Sample: Nationally representative adults (18+) living in the United States

Total Respondents: 1,010 (405 landline, 605 cell phone)

Collected: January 17 – 21, 2018

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2017

October 30, 2017
PRRI 2017 American Values Survey

The PRRI 2017 American Values Survey is the eighth annual multi-issue survey of its kind. This year, it examines current controversies such as sexual harassment in the workplace, athlete protests during the national anthem, Confederate monuments, and bias in the media. It also includes evaluations of the Trump presidency and the administration’s policies, and it assesses feelings of negative partisanship. Finally, it measures public opinion on current policy debates including health care, foreign policy and immigration. The survey delves into questions about support for the basic policies behind DACA, a temporary ban on people from some majority Muslim countries, a law banning refugees from entering the United States, and building a wall along the United States border with Mexico.

Sample: Nationally representative adult (18+) living in the United States
Total Respondents: 2,019 (810 landline, 1,209 cell phone)
Collected: October 18-30, 2017

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August 8, 2017
PRRI August 2017 Survey

The PRRI August 2017 Survey assesses President Trump’s favorability and includes questions on views of Russia and potential interference in the 2016 election. The survey also examines support for various policies that impact LGBT Americans, such as nondiscrimination laws, banning transgender individuals from serving in the military, and religiously based service refusals. Finally, the survey measures Americans’ concerns about losing health care coverage and gauges perceptions of personal responsibility in managing mental illness and addiction.

Sample: Nationally representative adult (18+) living in the United States
Total Respondents: 2,024 (818 landline, 1,206 cell phone)
Collected: August 2-8, 2017

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August 3, 2017
PRRI/MTV 2017 National Youth Survey

The PRRI/MTV 2017 National Youth Survey explores youth attitudes towards the current cultural and political climate. It includes questions about perceptions of and experiences with discrimination and bias toward groups such as Muslims, transgender people, and women, and evaluates whether young people believe discrimination towards these groups is increasing, decreasing, or remains the same. It examines the different policy priorities of America’s youth, including free speech, race relations, LGBT rights, and gender discrimination, and it assesses young people’s views of political and civic engagement. The survey also looks at young Americans’ perceptions of pressure to conform to masculine or feminine identities.

Sample: Nationally representative young people (age 15-24), living in the United States
Total Respondents: 2,023 (online)
Collected: July 19-August 3, 2017

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May 12, 2017
PRRI 2017 Kids’ Wellbeing Survey

The PRRI 2017 Kids’ Wellbeing Survey, which includes an oversample of people from the Southeast and Southwest, studies public views on policies that impact America’s youth, including beliefs about the importance of helping underprivileged youth succeed. It looks at optimism about the country’s future, concern about opportunities for success, and barriers to achieving success across racial and ethnic backgrounds, socioeconomic groups, and immigration status. The survey also probes attitudes toward the criminal justice system, including whether judges should consider the impact of sentencing and prison-assignment decisions on children and families and how the system should deal with crime committed by young people. It asks questions about child welfare policies and the extent to which the government is responsible for addressing and resolving problems facing American children and families.

Sample: Nationally representative adult (18+) living in the United States, including Southeast and Southwest oversamples
Total Respondents: 3,455 (2,821 online, 634 telephone)
Collected: April 11-May 12, 2017

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