Dr. Juhem Navarro-Rivera is political research director at Socioanalítica Research. He is one of the leading scholars at the intersection of race, religion, and politics in the United States and a board member of the AHA.
Posts by Juhem Navarro-Rivera
Nonedecision 2020: Correcting the Narrative: The Complexity of the Latinx Vote
One of the narratives coming out of the 2020 elections results is the high proportion of Latinx voters supporting President Donald Trump’s reelection. Depending... Read More
Nonedecision 2020: Secular Voters Disagree on More than Candidates
Most secular Americans are expected to vote for the Democratic Party candidate in November, as secular voters have done for nearly four decades. While... Read More
Nonedecision 2020: Are the Nones Punching below Their Weight?
This Sunday, August 30, I will be giving a virtual presentation for Atheists United in Los Angeles, California. The talk, titled “The Nones and... Read More
Nonedecision 2020: 5 Reasons Secular Americans are Poised to become Major Force in US Politics
One of the demographic aspects of the nones (Americans who answer “atheist,” “agnostic,” or “nothing in particular” when asked their religious affiliation) that’s been... Read More
Nonedecision 2020: Transforming America through Trust in Science
In commemoration of Darwin Day (February 12), it’s worth noting that evolution has been a controversial topic in US politics since at least the... Read More
NONEDECISION 2020 | Four Decades of the None Vote
Since 1980, the year Ronald Reagan was elected, there have been ten presidential elections. According to exit poll data in each of those elections,... Read More
Nonedecision 2020: Nones and the Changing Composition of Party Coalitions
In last month’s inaugural Nonedecision 2020 column I focused on the nones—Americans who claim no religious affiliation—and their electoral preferences in presidential elections since... Read More