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New Survey Release: The 2013 Hispanic Values Survey

Religion, Values, and Political Priorities among Hispanic Americans

Findings from the 2013 Hispanic Values Survey

How do the religious and cultural values of the growing Hispanic community in America affect their political priorities and attitudes? How do complexities in the Hispanic American community provide opportunities and challenges for both political parties in the context of immigration reform legislation, the upcoming midterm elections, and beyond? At the upcoming Religion Newswriters Association meeting, Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI) will release its 2013 Hispanic Values Survey, a new national survey of 1,500 Hispanic Americans supplemented with in-depth focus groups among Hispanic Americans in Phoenix, Arizona. The new survey paints a detailed portrait of this growing and politically important group, highlighting differences between Catholics, Protestants, and a growing group of religiously unaffiliated Hispanics.

Release of PRRI’s 2013 Hispanic Values Survey

Presentation of results:
Dr. Robert P. Jones, PRRI CEO
Juhem Navarro-Rivera, PRRI Research Associate

Juan Castillo, senior reporter, Austin American-Statesman
Dr. Sharon Navarro, associate professor of political science, University of Texas-San Antonio

RNA Annual Conference
Sheraton Austin Hotel (Austin, TX)