The Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI) is an American
nonpartisan research and education organization that conducts
public opinion polls on a variety of topics, specializing in the quantitative and qualitative study of political issues as they relate to religious values. Studies and data produced by the PRRI have been used in a variety of peer-reviewed scholarly analyses of religion and American culture, including studies on economic inequality and questions of redistribution, attitudes toward immigration, attitudes toward climate change, and religious attitudes toward social prejudice.
In 2014, PRRI launched the American Values Atlas, an interactive online tool that provides information about religious, political and demographic composition for all 50 states and particular issues.
^Robert P. Jones (February 18, 2019).
"America's Changing Religious Landscape". The Religious Studies Project (Interview). Interviewed by Benjamin P. Marcus. Retrieved July 29, 2020. ... findings from PRRI's national surveys on religion and public life, many of which are represented in the American Values Atlas.