It’s been a year of appeals to voters’ values and often in blatant religious language. But beyond religion, there are very few issues in this year’s election that aren’t connected with voters’ personal values and ethics in one way or another. That’s one reason why just days before the election it’s so valuable to have a comprehensive look at what values Americans say they hold. And thanks to the Public Religion Research Institute’s 2012 American Values Survey, we have just that. This week we get the highlights from the annual look at the intersection of religion, values and public policy from Dr. Robert P. Jones, PRRI CEO. Click here for extended interview video and transcript.