This week marks the one-year anniversary of President Donald Trump’s inauguration. Looking back on what has been an unprecedented year in American politics, Barna recaps some of the bigger political moments since January 20, 2017 and how U.S. adults felt about them.
The term “post-truth” is now often used to describe the current political climate in the United States, in which reality is relative and even the facts are open to interpretation. In this sneak peek of the feature story of Barna Trends 2018 (available now), the Barna team identify cultural and spiritual reasons the world is no longer in agreement about anything.
A lot happened this year: a new president, hurricanes, tragic shootings, a solar eclipse and the #MeToo conversation. To mark the end of an eventful year, we compiled our top 10 most-read articles from online research releases.
Barna gets a lot of questions about what we do, as well as how and why we do it. This article goes “behind the scenes” for those curious about the nitty-gritty details of conducting research or about Barna’s role in collecting and interpreting data. Read on as our researchers and editors answer some key questions about where Barna studies start.
While national faith trends dominate the headlines, they often belie the diverse religious makeup of cities and metro areas throughout the country. To celebrate the release of Barna's Cities & States report, which takes a comprehensive look at the faith profiles of these cities, we've compiled 10 interesting findings on spiritual beliefs and practices among American adults.