As we enter a few consecutive months known for festive drinking, what better time to look more closely at American adults’ drinking habits? An interesting new Barna survey examines views of this debatable—and often deeply personal or spiritual—topic.
Half of Jewish Millennials say their Jewish identity is “very important” to them. So how do they define or embrace that identity? In a brand new report, Barna looks closely at the ways young Jews in America experience and engage with tradition in a rapidly changing culture.
As recent natural disasters have left communities in need, Americans have responded—but generosity takes different forms, depending on your age. According to a new Barna report, there are significant gaps among generations when it comes to the importance and practice of giving.
From “the wall” and “the travel ban” to DACA and ongoing coverage of the refugee crisis, immigration has been a front-and-center issue in the United States this year. New Barna data shows that the public sentiment has shifted, in some ways radically, toward a softer view on a number of key immigration issues since 2016.
Mass shootings in schools may get the most coverage, but violence at school is happening everyday. Why are our sanctuaries of learning often unsafe for students? Barna asked American adults what they believe leads to school violence. Findings show that most point to the home as the source—but there are notable differences among ethnicities and faith groups.
Sexual norms have changed dramatically over the years, and young people are often left to their own devices (sometimes literally) when it comes to navigating sexuality. A new Barna study uncovers how Americans see their responsibility to educate and equip teens to make choices about sex.
22% of practicing Christians prefer contemporary forms of worship, while 17% prefer a more liturgical style. https://t.co/wRUhF1Jz2J
Those who have a strong familiarity with Christian liturgy are concentrated in specific ethnic and denominational s… https://t.co/SSrk369fik