New Study

Americans Soften on Immigration in 2017

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.

Barna: This Week

The State of Pastors

6 out of 10 religious skeptics describe themselves as angry about the current state of America https://t.co/dGLlDE97JM

@barnagroup • September 23, 2017

Practicing Christians who agree the U.S. should welcome refugees more than doubled since 2016 http://bit.ly/2xv4KWC

Barna Group • September 23, 2017

The State of Pastors

Church leaders are more likely to believe generosity is both an inward attitude and an outward discipline https://t.co/Uk2OHJ6qd8

@barnagroup • September 23, 2017

Images of the Syrian Civil War and stories of the trials of refugees across Europe have likely had a dramatic impact on the perspective among American adults in a very short period, counterbalancing—and even eclipsing—bold national rhetoric on border protection

Barna Group • September 22, 2017

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