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PRRI says that's a nine-point increase since 2015, when the Supreme Court upheld marriage equality.
According to PRRI, the move became imperative following the total victory of the Nigerian military over the insurgents and restoration of normalcy to the north-east, a hitherto volatile region.
PRRI reports that most Americans oppose the restriction of rights for LGBT people, highlighting recent survey results on questions about wedding vendors, adoption agencies, military service, public restrooms and same-sex marriage.
PRRI expands on recent efforts to separate "religious" (belonging to a house of worship) from "spiritual" (believing in something non-material).
In the PRRI survey, for example, roughly as many Republicans believe Muslims, immigrants and trans people face a lot of discrimination as believe whites and Christians do.
Indeed, a recent study by the Public Research Religion Institute (PRRI) found that the majority of Americans--56 percent--believe Islam's values are opposed to American values and the American way of life.
We're on our way to crashing into something." In fact, in a postelection poll conducted by PRRI and The Atlantic in November, 53 percent of evangelical voters said they believed the 2016 election was "the last chance to stop America's decline."
She reworks survey data from Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI) to compare Tea Party women both with other GOP women and with Independents and Democrats, and she contrasts positions taken by Tea Party leaders with the politics of everyday supporters.
Recently, the Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI) and the American Academy of Religion (AAR) published a survey on why North Americans are conflicted about climate change, environmental policy, and science.
Seventy percent of millennials--those between the ages of 18 and 34--say religious groups alienate youth by being judgmental on gay/lesbian issues, according to the Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI).
The PRRI report asked if the American way of life and culture has gotten better or worse since the 1950s.