As a member of the Cornell University family, the Roper Center for Public Opinion Research is committed to making our websites accessible to everyone.
Roper Center complies with Cornell University's policy, Web Accessibility 5.12 by requiring that newly curated content is archived according to the standards described below. Wherever possible, it is requested that new data submitted to the Center for archiving comply with this policy by providing web accessible content.
•PDF: PDFs shall pass Adobe Acrobat’s native accessibility check without errors.
•Microsoft Office documents: MS Office documents shall pass MS Office’s native accessibility check without errors.
Non-compliant content may be subject to removal from the public search interface. In the event that a user’s desired content is difficult or impossible to interpret in terms of accessibility, Roper Center will provide the user with as much accommodation assistance as possible.
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