Navarro-Rivera at Public Religion Research Institute

Juhem Navarro-Rivera started a new full-time position as a Research Associate at the Public Religion Research Institute in Washington, DC in July.

He wrote a piece for PRRI’s research blog on Latino partisanship and social issues. Navarro-Rivera finds that it is true that Latinos overall are more conservative of issues like abortion and same-sex marriage. Yet when looking at their preferences in social issues by partisanship, Latinos are part of their respective parties’ mainstream: Latino Republicans are conservative and Latino Democrats are liberal.

(Navarro-Rivera also did a recent interview.)

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