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How much do you trust...public opinion polls: a great deal, a good amount, not very much, not at all? (Source: NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist Poll, Jun, 2017)


8%
A great deal

27%
A good amount

40%
Not very much

21%
Not at all

4%
Unsure

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Survey by National Public Radio, PBS NewsHour. Methodology: Conducted by Marist College Institute for Public Opinion, June 21 - June 25, 2017 and based on 1,205 telephone interviews. Sample: National adult. Interviews were conducted by landline and cell phones. [USMARIST.070317ANP.R06] (View Citation)

Topics: POLLING CONFIDENCE





How much do you trust public opinion polls: a great deal, a good amount, not very much, not at all? (Source: McClatchy/Marist Poll, Mar, 2017)


7%
A great deal

29%
A good amount

39%
Not very much

22%
Not at all

4%
Unsure

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Survey by McClatchy. Methodology: Conducted by Marist College Institute for Public Opinion, March 22 - March 27, 2017 and based on 1,062 telephone interviews. Sample: National adult. Interviews were conducted by landline and cell phones. [USMARIST.033117M.R20] (View Citation)

Topics: POLLING CONFIDENCE





Have you read or heard what either the Gallup or the Fortune public opinion polls have said about who will win this (1944 presidential) election? (If 'Yes,' ask:) The last you heard, who did they say would win? (Source: NORC Pre-Election Survey 1944, Oct, 1944)


25%
Roosevelt leading

4%
Dewey leading

4%
Close, neck and neck, toss up Nothing definite, polls only show trends, polls don't know--some states Dewey some states one or

2%
the other I don't know what they predict or whom they say

3%
will win

62%
No haven't heard

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Methodology: Conducted by National Opinion Research Center, University of Chicago, October 27 - October 31, 1944 and based on 2,564 personal interviews. Sample: National Adult. [USNORC.440229.R26] (View Citation)

Topics: POLLING INFORMATION

Dataset: USNORC1944-0229







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