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So far Kavi Kardos has created 34 blog entries.

Public Health in Low-Income Southern States

The Low-Income Southern States Survey series from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health is now available in the archive. […]

50 Years After 1968

The year that rocked the world and changed the United States forever, 1968 is remembered as a time of societal divisions and cultural shifts. […]

1962 Roper Interviewers’ Handbook

Early polling researchers knew well that their data was only as good as their interviewers. […]

Concerns of Rural America

In June 2017, the Kaiser Family Foundation in partnership with The Washington Post released a poll of 1,686 national adults […]

Tensions with North Korea: The 1968 Pueblo Incident

Over the last few months, tensions between the United States and North Korea have been high. Fifty years ago, the two countries faced a crisis that found nearly half of the US public expecting war. […]

Roper Center Awarded CoreTrustSeal Certification

We are pleased to announce the Roper Center has been awarded the CoreTrustSeal certification for 2017-2019. […]

Exploring the Andrew Kohut Collection

When most people think about the Roper Center, they think data. While data and datasets are what the Center is about for the most part, there are collections at the Center […]

Responsibility, Overconfidence, & Intervention Efforts in the Age of Fake News

Who does the public hold accountable in the age of mass misinformation? What is being done now to deal with the problem? How can it be done better? […]

Long-Term Care in America: Who Should Bear the Responsibilities & Costs of Care

Source: AP-NORC

In March 2017, the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research conducted a survey of 1,341 Americans, including an oversample of Hispanic adults, ages 40 and over. […]

Opinions on the 2017 Women’s Marches

Women’s March on Washington (image source: Washington Post)

Women’s Marches, a new dataset addition to the archive from the Washington Post, offers valuable insight into the public reaction to last year’s women’s protest marches. […]