Despite their own views on the issues, few Americans believe that places of worship are doing a good job handling the issue of homosexuality.
Survey Report
Politics & Elections
10.05.2010
Religion and the Tea Party in the 2010 Elections
PRRI’s 2010 AVS profiles the Tea Party movement, finding that nearly half of those who identify with the movement say they are also part of the religious right.
Today comedian Stephen Colbert appeared before a House sub-committee to discuss immigration reform. His testimony, delivered tongue-in-cheek, contained a serious message. According to the Washington P…
Amid the political wrangling over the Defense Authorization Bill today that centers on the repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, as well as enacting the DREAM Act, we are reminded that Americans are de…
Spotlight Analysis
Politics & Elections
09.20.2010
Religion Dispatches: Can Mormon Glenn Beck Unite the Christian Right?
In Religion Dispatches today Kathryn Joyce addresses the possibility of a political partnership between conservative Christian denominations and the Mormon church. Glenn Beck’s efforts to transform…
Survey Report
Religion & Culture
09.16.2010
Less than 1-in-5 Support Fox News host Glenn Beck as Religious Leader
A PRRI/RNS survey finds that less than one in five Americans say Glenn Beck is the right person to lead a religious movement.
Spotlight Analysis
Politics & Elections
09.16.2010
First Monthly PRRI/RNS Religion News Poll Features Glenn Beck
The Public Religion Research Institute team announced yesterday a unique new product in partnership with Religion News Service–the PRRI/RNS Religion News Poll. Each month, in partnership with RS…
Amid the debate over building a Muslim community center and mosque in lower Manhattan, PRRI finds a majority say the World Trade Center is “sacred ground.”
Spotlight Analysis
Politics & Elections
08.26.2010
NYC Islamic Center and Mosque
As the debate over building a Muslim community center and mosque in lower Manhattan rages on, new research from Public Religion Research Institute shows that a majority of Americans (56%) say that the…
Today PRRI hosted a discussion of our new report analyzing more than two decades of polling by Pew Research Center on attitudes about lesbian and gay people, related public policy issues, and religion…
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