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Conducting nonpartisan research at the intersection of religion, values, and public life.
Conducting nonpartisan research at the intersection of religion, values, and public life.

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What do Donald Trump's contradicting statements about Muhammad Ali signal about public opinion on American culture? PRRI data in The Economist help explain.
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The white working class is weary of cultural shifts; and Trump's campaign rhetoric is playing to those fears. "It's a visceral feeling of being left behind," says PRRI's Dan Cox.
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Bill Galston from the Washington Post uses The Atlantic/PRRI data to explain Trump supporter acceptance of The Donald's brash statements about women.
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The Atlantic cites Atlantic/PRRI data about gender roles and discomfort with a "soft and feminine" society. http://theatln.tc/1Vw5pNd
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Indiana voters head to the polls tomorrow. Here is a look at the religious breakdown of the Hoosier State. http://bit.ly/1rcO2EU
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A Washington State University study finds that white police officers are three times less likely to shoot unarmed black suspects than unarmed white suspects. http://bit.ly/1VWsdpT
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Religion News Service takes a look at music legend Prince's religious background—including the fact that he became a Jehovah's Witness as an adult.
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A Virginia federal appeals court sided with a transgender student earlier this week who wishes to use the high school bathroom that aligns with his gender identity, not with his sex at birth.
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Frontrunners Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump won Tuesday’s New York primaries—but a new study finds that most Americans don’t like their options for president.
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Today marks the one-year anniversary of Freddie Gray, who died while in Baltimore Police custody, leading to citywide protest and reigniting conversations about race and the criminal justice system.
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