Most adults believe they are unswayed by media and advertising when it comes to supporting a presidential candidate. So how do Americans make their voting decisions? A national survey of registered voters conducted by Barna reveals the various influences on vote-casting.
The digital age has made porn more ubiquitous and accessible than ever before. In a landmark study, Barna Group interviewed American teens, young adults and older adults about their views on and use of pornography, and here are ten of the most compelling findings.
The presidential race this year has been less than civil, but according to American Bible Society’s annual “State of the Bible” survey powered by Barna, most Americans believe politicians and their discourse would vastly improve if they engaged in regular Bible reading.
Although evangelicals are the religious segment most likely to characterize the outcome of this year’s presidential election as “extremely important to the future of the United States," Barna's research finds they are the group least engaged thus far with the presidential race.
Faith has become a focal point of the 2016 presidential election, but how are people from different faith groups in the US responding to the race? According to Barna’s data, each group holds substantially different attitudes and candidate preferences.
Young Americans are coming of age in an increasingly “pornified” popular culture, and its effects are telling. Barna's new research uncovers the cavalier attitude among teens and young adults when it comes to viewing and talking about pornography.
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Scotland is a fascinating case study that provides useful insights into how to do ministry and be the church in a rapidly secularizing context.