July 29, 2022

A College-Educated Party?

A College-Educated Party? The Democratic Party has undergone a remarkable transformation over the last two ...

May 31, 2022

The Growing Political Divide Between Young Men and Women

For much of the past two decades, young women and men have had similar political ...

May 3, 2022

Religious Divide Over Abortion

The Supreme Court appears poised to overturn Roe v. Wade, the 50-year-old ruling that legalized ...

March 29, 2022

Religious Disaffiliation and Loneliness

The act of leaving religion can be difficult. Americans who leave their childhood religion report ...

March 7, 2022

Generational Split on Success

Is the illusion of meritocracy broken? A new study finds generational divides in views about ...

February 24, 2022

Race and Sibling Relations

Childhood experiences with your siblings have been shown to play an important formative role for ...

February 9, 2022

Few Gen Zers Grew Up Having Family Dinners

The family meal, once a regular part of American family life, has become a rarity. ...

January 21, 2022

Religion is Not an Important Source of Identity For Many Americans

Despite recent trends documenting an overall decline in religious belief, practice, and affiliation, most Americans ...

January 6, 2022

Losing Confidence in Each Other

So much research and commentary have focused on the decline of public trust in various ...

December 20, 2021

Churches as Political Communities

We have long known that churches and religious congregations are important sources of political information and influence. Now, a new report finds that many Americans perceive ...

December 16, 2021

The Importance of Work Friends

Americans who never attended college are experiencing a rapid social decline—they have fewer close friends and considerably ...

December 16, 2021

The Diverging Trajectories of Same-sex Marriage & Abortion

In 1996, Americans were far more supportive of legal abortion than allowing gay and lesbian ...

December 16, 2021

A Belief and Belonging Paradox?

Americans with less formal education tend to express greater certainty about their belief in God. ...