Society, Media, and Public Affairs

Our attitudes about the world and our place in it influence almost every decision we make—from the politicians we vote for and the causes we support to the products we buy and the careers we pursue. For years, NORC has been developing a firmer, finer grasp of what American citizens—and increasingly, citizens of other countries—think about issues ranging from criminal justice to religious belief so that governments, nonprofits and other organizations can develop policies and programs that more effectively address citizens’ concerns.

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News The Associated Press: The AP-NORC Center looked at how Americans feel about the Presidential election More
Posted: 9.26.2016 3:25PM
Press Release Commercial Appeal Reporter Maria Zamudio Awarded AP-NORC Journalism Fellowship to Focus on Economics of Aging and Work More
Posted: 9.22.2016 2:34PM
Press Release Health Media Collaboratory Joins NORC at the University of Chicago More
Posted: 8.2.2016 9:38AM
News The New York Times: General Social Survey data gives perspective on racial attitudes in America More
Posted: 6.3.2016 8:30AM


Jeffrey Hackett
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