American Values Atlas.
A powerful tool for understanding the complex demographic, religious, and cultural changes occurring in the United States today.
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The American Landscape
American Values Atlas is a dynamic, ongoing project. Each year, PRRI conducts a new wave of approximately 50,000 interviews, which provide an up-to-date view of America’s changing religious, cultural, and political landscape.
50,000 annual telephone interviews deliver an unprecedented level of detail about America's cultural and religious landscape
Visitors can choose to explore the diversity of specific regions, all 50 states, or 30 major metropolitan areas
An interactive mapping system allows visitors to explore the country in a personalized way
The American Values Atlas is an invaluable tool for journalists, teachers, clergy, policymakers, and anyone who is interested in exploring the changing American landscape.
Highly intuitive data comparison tools allow visitors to explore the differences and similarities between communities
The American landscape is diverse and unique. With State Profiles, The American Values Atlas provides the viewer with an accurate snapshot of a specific state.
Selecting a Membership
Becoming a member is as easy as making a donation. These donations are an important piece to the puzzle, because they help support the collection of new data and additional research.
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The quality and quantity of data that The American Values Atlas provides its visitors is very insightful and important to understanding the views of the American people. Displaying a large amount of data in a concise and simple way can be tricky. We helped make it possible and now they can beautifully display their data for the world to see.
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