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 →

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Will Young Men Vote for Trump in 2024? 

Daniel A. Cox February 22, 2024

The former president is better positioned than ever to make real gains Continue Reading →


Are Conservative Men Struggling to Get Dates? 

Daniel A. Cox February 8, 2024

It’s not simply about policy differences or partisanship Continue Reading →

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Why Republican Parents Raise Democratic Daughters

Daniel A. Cox January 25, 2024

More young women are rejecting the politics of their conservative parents Continue Reading →


What is the State of American Religion in 2024? 

Daniel A. Cox January 11, 2024

An Interview with Sociologist Claude Fischer Continue Reading →

Survey Reports

Generation Z and the Transformation of American Adolescence Cover Image

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.

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Daniel A. Cox, Ruy Teixeira
June 29, 2023

The 2024 Presidential Election: Evolving Political Coalitions and Familiar Partisan Divisions

Ahead of the 2024 presidential election, the AEI Survey Center on American Life conducted a national survey of Americans that explored a wide range of political attitudes, current voting preferences, and perceptions of the political parties.