Public Religion Research Institute releases report evaluating ‘shifts in attitudes on homosexuality’

The Public Religion Research Institute today released a report featuring “new analysis and assessment of more than two decades of polling on attitudes about lesbian and gay people and issues.”

The PRRI report reviews the “entire history of polling on attitudes about homosexuality and gay rights since 1987” by the Pew Research Center, a leading source of nonpartisan public polling information on American cultural and political attitudes.

The Rev. Rebecca Voelkel, the Task Force’s Institute for Welcoming Resources and faith work director, was among the speakers at a press conference today that addressed some of the findings related to religion.

Get details about the report’s findings here, and check out media coverage the report has received here and here.