Multi-section reportsSeptember 22, 2014

Public Sees Religion’s Influence Waning

Nearly three-quarters of Americans now think religion is losing influence in American life, and most who say this also see it as a bad thing. Perhaps as a consequence, a growing share of the public wants religion to play a role in U.S. politics.

Polling and AnalysisOctober 10, 2012

Voters in Four States to Address Same-Sex Marriage in November

Keeping track of the legal status of same-sex marriage across the country can be difficult. As voters in Maine, Maryland, Minnesota and Washington state prepare to address the issue in November, this map illustrates the situation in all 50 states.

House Judiciary Committee
Polling and AnalysisSeptember 17, 2010

Few Say Religion Shapes Immigration, Environment Views

InfographicNovember 13, 2008

States With Voter-Approved Constitutional Bans on Same-Sex Marriage, 1998-2008

PublicationsOctober 2, 2008

Will the Culture War Matter on Election Day?

PublicationsSeptember 30, 2008

Candidate Preferences of Religious Voters Similar to 2004, But Economy a Higher Priority

PublicationsMarch 7, 2008

Religion and the Remaining Primaries

PublicationsJanuary 24, 2008

Will Evangelical Voters Rally Around a Single Candidate in 2008?

Polling and AnalysisOctober 15, 2007

A Portrait of Republican Social-Issue Voters

Legal BackgrounderApril 19, 2007

High Court Decision Could Raise Abortion’s Profile in Campaign