Secular voters are not a swing constituency. For at least four decades, most secular voters have supported the Democratic Party candidates for office. This election is unlikely to be an exception. The 2020 Secular Voices Survey shows that 68 percent of secular voters support former Vice President Joe Biden, while…


Nonedecision 2020 (#1, Nov. 2019)

Source: Exit Polls

In many states today is Election Day, and millions of people will be going to the polls. Of course, next year voters across the country will be deciding on the next president of the United States. In the intervening twelve months I will be looking at different aspects of secularism and politics in the US, focusing in this first column on exit poll results to explore four decades of the secular vote and how it has evolved as the secular population has increased. Read more at The Humanist.


Atheists Talk, The Ra-Men, and Ask an Atheist

Click on image to Join the Secular Voices Panel

Recently, Dr. Juhem Navarro-Rivera appeared on several atheist radio and web shows discussing the Secular Voices Panel.

Atheists Talk Radio (Episode 515)

On September 22 he appeared in “Atheists Talk Radio” where he discussed secular politics, the Secular Voices Survey, and the need for a project like the Secular Voices Panel with Stephanie Zvan. …


Understanding the Power of the Nonreligious

This week we launched the Secular Voices Panel an ambitious project to understand the political opinions of nonreligious Americans. …


Secular Americans and the 2020 Elections

Secular Identity, Belief in God, & 2020 Preferences Secular Americans and the 2020 Elections. A Secular Voices Survey Report

Introduction

This post is part of a series of short reports about secular Americans and the 2020 Elections based on the Secular Voices Survey. Socioanalitica Research conducted the survey on July 11, 2019, among a representative sample of 520 nonreligious Americans. For the survey topline and methodology visit this link.

Secular Identification


LGB+ Voices in the 2019 Black Census

When the Rainbow Is Not Enough: LGB+ Voices in the 2019 Black Census examines the priorities and concerns of over 5,300 respondents to the 2019 Black Census who identify as gay, lesbian or bisexual or describe their sexual orientation as “other.” The Black Census is the largest survey of Black people conducted in the United States since Reconstruction. The Black Futures Lab is publishing the findings of the census in a series of reports and briefs in partnership with Color of Change, Demos, and Socioanalítica Research.

When the Rainbow is Not Enough cover

to read the report click HERE


Politics + Power in the 2019 Black Census

The Black Futures Lab released More Black than Blue: Politics + Power in the 2019 Black Census, the first in a series of reports analyzing the largest survey of Black people conducted in the United States since Reconstruction. The report was published in partnership with Color of Change, Demos, and Socioanalítica Research.

to read the report click HERE

Socioanalitica Research

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