PRRI/RNS Religion News Survey, May 2012
Jones, R. P., & Cox, D. (2021, August 23). PRRI/RNS Religion News Survey, May 2012.
The Religion and News Survey was conducted by Public Religion Research Institute, in partnership with Religion News Service, to examine attitudes on breaking news and emerging issues at the intersection of religion and politics. This survey examined public attitudes toward religion and the 2012 presidential candidates, Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. Questions explored Americans' opinions regarding what the candidates' religious beliefs are and how close candidates' beliefs align with the respondents' own.
Weight Variable: WEIGHT
May 2-6, 2012
Original Survey (Instrument)
PRRI/RNS Religion News Survey May 2-6, 2012
Public Religion Research Institute
The survey was designed and conducted by Public Religion Research Institute. Results of the survey were based on bilingual (Spanish and English) RDD telephone interviews conducted between May 2-6, 2012 by professional interviewers under the direction of Social Science Research Solutions (SSRS).
Interviews were conducted among a random sample of 1,006 adults, 18 years of age or older in the continental United States (300 respondents were interviewed on a cell phone).
Robert P. Jones and Daniel Cox
Notes on Weighted Data
The final sample was weighted to five different parameters -- age, sex, geographic region, education, and race -- to ensure reliable and accurate representation of the total adult population.