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report | Feb 26, 2020

1. U.S. immigrants are rising in number, but just half are eligible to vote

Not all immigrants are U.S. citizens, and as a result, not all immigrants are eligible to vote in federal elections.4 Between 2000 and 2018, over 10 million adult immigrants have gained citizenship and become eligible to vote, raising the share of the foreign-born population that can vote to about half in 2018. In 2000, just […]

report | Feb 16, 2021

9. Interviews with Black pastors

Black pastors hold a storied place in American history. During the eras of slavery and racial segregation, they played pivotal roles in Black communal efforts to “uplift the race” (a phrase commonly used in the 19th and 20th centuries). This often included organizing job training, after-school mentoring, insurance collectives, athletic clubs and other community service […]

report | Nov 25, 2019

U.S. Public Views on Climate and Energy

A majority of U.S. adults say they are taking at least some specific action in their daily lives to protect the environment, though Democrats and Republicans remain at ideological odds over the causes of climate change and the effects of policies to address it.

short read | Dec 13, 2019

19 striking findings from 2019

Every year, we publish hundreds of reports, blog posts, digital essays and other studies. Here are some of our most noteworthy findings from the past year.

report | Feb 16, 2021

5. Churches and religion in Black American life

Black churches have historically taken on numerous civic roles in Black communities, stretching back as far as the antebellum period. And many, though not a majority, were involved in the civil rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s.16 In fact, most Black Americans say that predominantly Black churches have helped Black people move toward equality in […]

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