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PRRI/Brookings 2016 Immigration Survey (Uploaded: 9/30/2021)

The Public Religion Research Institute/Brookings 2016 Immigration Survey investigates public views on immigrants and the immigration system, including concerns about the economic and cultural impact of immigrants coming to the U.S. today. It gauges support for various immigration policies, such as preventing Syrian refugees from entering the country and building a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, and the feasibility of deporting immigrants illegally living in the U.S. Additionally, the survey has an extensive array of questions about the 2016 presidential primaries, including Democratic and Republican primary candidate preference and favorability ratings of the political parties, former presidents and current presidential candidates, including Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, Donald Trump, Ted Cruz and John Kasich.

PRRI December 2016 Survey (Uploaded: 9/30/2021)

The Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI) December 2016 Survey explores how the recent presidential election impacted social relationships and holiday celebrations. It asks how family disagreements over politics might impact holiday plans, and if Americans are blocking 'friends' on social media for sharing their political views. The survey also gauges views on which holiday greeting -- 'Happy Holidays' or 'Merry Christmas' -- stores and businesses should use to greet customers. Finally, the survey asks the public whether those celebrating Christmas view it as a religious or secular holiday.

PRRI 2018 California Workers Survey (Uploaded: 9/30/2021)

The PRRI 2018 California Workers Survey includes a variety of worker and labor-related issues, including their opinion on the state of affairs in respondents' communities, in California, and nationally. The survey also examines respondents' economic status including their goals, financial hardships, job status, level of debts, and access to certain banking accounts and retirement plans. Additionally, the survey includes an oversample of those working and struggling with poverty-bringing the total of this group to more than 1,000-and provides insights into their unique experiences, challenges, and aspirations. For the purposes of this study, respondents are classified as 'working and struggling with poverty' if they meet two criteria: 1) They are currently employed either full or part-time or are unemployed but still seeking employment; and 2) They live in households that have an adjusted income that is 250 percent or less than the U.S. Census Bureau's Supplemental Poverty Measure, adapted for regional location in California.

PRRI 2019 American Values Survey (Uploaded: 9/3/2021)

The American Values Survey (AVS) is Public Religion Research Institute's (PRRI) annual multi-issue survey on religion, culture and public policy. The survey is conducted in the fall each year. The goal of PRRI is to help journalists, scholars, pundits, thought leaders, clergy and the public better understand debates on public policy and the religious and cultural atmosphere that is shaping American politics and society.

The 2019 American Values Survey consisted of interviews with 2,527 adults who were spread across all 50 states and Washington, D.C.

PRRI 2019 American Values Survey -- Supplemental (Uploaded: 9/3/2021)

The American Values Survey (AVS) is Public Religion Research Institute's (PRRI) annual multi-issue survey on religion, culture and public policy. The survey is conducted in the fall each year. The goal of PRRI is to help journalists, scholars, pundits, thought leaders, clergy and the public better understand debates on public policy and the religious and cultural atmosphere that is shaping American politics and society.

The 2019 American Values Supplemental Survey consisted of interviews with 109 adults who were spread across all fifty states and Washington DC. Data collected from this survey are combined and analyzed along with the 2019 American Values Survey.

PRRI January 2017 Sports Survey (Uploaded: 9/3/2021)

The Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI) January 2017 Sports Survey studies the popularity of different sports in America and explores Americans' beliefs in the supernatural in sports. It asks about issues facing women in sports, such as interest in watching professional women's sports and the perceived abilities and efficacy of female coaches. Finally, the survey gauges attitudes toward athletes making public political statements.

Faith Communities Today Survey (FACT) 2015, Unitarian Universalist Association (Uploaded: 7/29/2021)

The Faith Communities Today (FACT) surveys are a series of national surveys of U.S. congregations run by the Cooperative Congregational Studies Partnership. The first FACT survey was launched back in 2000 with the largest national survey of congregations ever conducted in the United States. Coordinated by the Hartford Institute for Religion Research at the Hartford Seminary, these surveys aim to not only compare and contrast congregational life across religious traditions but also provide insight into the changing nature of congregational life in the United States.

The 2015 FACT survey is a smaller version of the large national surveys completed at the beginning of each decade. Only surveying 4,436 congregations, this sample focused on completing a random oversample from 11 faith groups, in addition to a random national survey of non-partner congregations. Questions on the survey ranged from programs, demographics of the congregation, mission and identity, and projection of the future for the congregation. The FACT 2015 survey also only surveyed the male clergy. This dataset contains data from the Unitarian Universalist Association.

PRRI March 2018 Abortion and Contraception Survey (Uploaded: 7/29/2021)

The PRRI March 2018 Survey includes a number of abortion-related questions about respondents' preferences on the legality of abortion, whether certain types of services should be provided to low-income women through programs like Medicaid, their personal experience with abortion, the level of importance they place on abortion as a political issue, and the accessibility of abortion services in their community. Also included are a number of LGBT-related issues and their stances on non-discrimination laws, same-sex marriage, and religiously based service refusals. Finally, the survey gauges opinions on what issues the Trump administration should prioritize and views of Trump.

PRRI July 2018 LGBT Survey (Uploaded: 7/29/2021)

The Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI) July 2018 LGBT survey asks Americans about their views on issues specific to the LGBT community, including support for same-sex marriage, laws against discrimination of LGBT people, service refusals by business owners on religious grounds, and more. Other questions examine respondents' religious habits and their experience with LGBT issues in their places of faith.

American Trends Panel Wave 18 (Uploaded: 6/29/2021)

The American Trends Panel (ATP) is a national, probability-based online panel of adults in the United States living in households. Adults who use the Internet participate in the panel via self-administered web surveys, and adults who do not use the Internet participate via mail. The 18th wave of the panel survey was fielded for the Pew Research Center by Abt SRBI from June 7 to July 5, 2016. In total, 4,602 ATP members completed the survey, with 4,172 participating by web and 430 participating by mail. The survey was administered in English and Spanish. Survey weights are provided to account for differential probabilities of selection into the panel as well as differential nonresponse to the panel recruitment survey, the panel invitation, and the panel survey itself (Wave 18). The margin of sampling error for full sample weighted estimates is +/- 2.28 percentage points.

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