Divorced Men for Trump

Daniel A. Cox July 11, 2024

Divorced men are increasingly more likely to identify as Republicans. This makes for one of the largest gender gaps. Continue Reading →


Abortion Is Going to Be a Major Issue in 2024, but for Whom?

Daniel A. Cox June 27, 2024

Men and women are diverging in their views of abortion. Continue Reading →

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How Trump Benefits from America’s Growing Pessimism 

Daniel A. Cox June 13, 2024

The GOP has become a party of pessimists Continue Reading →


Get Out: More Americans Support Deporting Immigrants 

Daniel A. Cox May 30, 2024

Support for deportation of illegal immigrants has increased in recent years Continue Reading →


Why Nobody Likes Dating Now

Daniel A. Cox May 16, 2024

The promise of dating apps never materialized Continue Reading →


Have Democrats Given Up on Men? 

Daniel A. Cox May 2, 2024

College-educated women have transformed the party’s politics Continue Reading →


Exvangelicals: The Americans Who Are Leaving Evangelical Christianity Behind

Daniel A. Cox, Kelsey Eyre Hammond April 18, 2024

An interview with author Sarah McCammon Continue Reading →

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Young Women Are Leaving Church in Unprecedented Numbers 

Daniel A. Cox, Kelsey Eyre Hammond April 4, 2024

The gender divide in religiosity has flipped Continue Reading →

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Black Men Are Rapidly Abandoning the Democratic Party, But Are Black Women?

Daniel A. Cox March 21, 2024

There is a growing gender divide in the politics of black Americans Continue Reading →

American Storylines Voices featuring Rhaina Cohen

Reimagining Friendships in Everyday Life

Daniel A. Cox, Kelsey Eyre Hammond March 7, 2024

An Interview with author Rhaina Cohen Continue Reading →

Survey Reports

Daniel A. Cox, Kyle Gray, Kelsey Eyre Hammond
May 28, 2024

An Unsettled Electorate: How Uncertainty and Apathy Are Shaping the 2024 Election

A survey of more than 6,500 US adults focused on the 2024 presidential election reveals a pessimistic and unsettled American electorate fractured by education, ideology, class, and gender.

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Daniel A. Cox, Kelsey Eyre Hammond, Kyle Gray
November 9, 2023

Generation Z and the Transformation of American Adolescence: How Gen Z’s Formative Experiences Shape Its Politics, Priorities, and Future

This report explores the foundational differences between American generations through their formative adolescent experiences.

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Daniel A. Cox, M. Anthony Mills, Ian R. Banks, Kelsey Eyre Hammond, Kyle Gray
September 28, 2023

America’s Crisis of Confidence: Rising Mistrust, Conspiracies, and Vaccine Hesitancy After COVID-19

America is experiencing a crosscutting crisis of expertise and scientific distrust accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic that poses significant challenges to democratic debate and public decision-making

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Daniel A. Cox, Brent Orrell, Kyle Gray, Jessie Wall
September 14, 2023

The Social Workplace: Social Capital, Human Dignity, and Work in America, Volume II

The Social Workplace, Volume II examines Americans’ expectations and experiences surrounding work, the workplace, and key job-related priorities such as pay and interpersonal connections.