Recent allegations of sexual harassment against high-profile figures have sparked the #metoo movement and prompted victims to come forward in unprecedented numbers and public fashion. A new Barna study asks American adults about their views and experiences of sexual harassment.
Many American adults will enjoy Friendsgiving this week, an expression of the rich community that many adults tell Barna they find in their own neighborhoods. This infographic sheds more light on how Americans report sharing their lives with folks who occupy the same zip code.
As Americans prepare to honor those who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces on Veterans Day (November 11), new Barna data explores the presence of faith in the military. The study, in partnership with American Bible Society, reveals a military made up of men and women who think positively of Christians, welcome the Bible’s influence and are shaped by their profession.
Ireland is globally recognized for its long history of Christianity, but religious identity in the republic is rapidly changing, particularly among young people. A new Barna report conducted in partnership with Christ in Youth examines the faith, worries and perceptions of Christianity among youth in the Republic of Ireland. Here are 10 key findings from the report.
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.
According to US Adults, what counts as sexual harassment? https://t.co/IzIFsgc8ZR
The most common reason that people don't report sexual harassment: Fear. Fear of not being believed, fear of retali… https://t.co/tsQvQkODga