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From Russia with Love: Young Adult Opinions in 1967

While Vietnam was the top issue for the U.S. in polls throughout 1967’s Summer of Love, still the Cold War showed no signs of thaw. […]

Rural and Urban Mapuche Today

Indigenous Mapuche women protesting at the Palacio de la Moneda, Santiago de Chile. Photo by Cymru.lass

Centro de Estudios Públicos’s (CEP) May 2006 study offers valuable insight into the cultural climate and current conditions of Chile […]

Sex in the Summer of Love: International Public Opinion

 

As new medical advances in contraception appeared on the market in the 1960s, public opinion regarding family planning and sexual health saw momentous changes. […]

Going All the Way: Public Opinion and Premarital Sex

Fifty years ago during the Summer of Love, the emerging hippie subculture captured the attention of the nation. Young people outraged their elders with unconventional haircuts, clothes, and music; skeptical attitudes about property and traditional religion, and, perhaps most shockingly, belief in free sexual expression outside the bounds of marriage. […]

50 Years After the Summer of Love

Fifty years later, the summer of 1967—the Summer of Love, of hippies and be-ins, the Long Hot Summer of protests and riots—still stands in the popular imagination as a turning point. […]

2017 Andrew Kohut Fellows Announced

The Roper Center is proud to announce that José Tomás Sánchez Gómez and Claire Liu have been chosen as the inaugural Andrew Kohut Fellows for the summer of 2017. […]

New Orleans: Recovery Status 10 Years After Katrina

photo by AP Photo/U.S. Coast Guard, Petty Officer 2nd Class Kyle Niemi

In a 2015 survey of New Orleans residents (n=1,517) by the Kaiser Family Foundation and NPR, pollsters asked participants to share their opinions regarding the conditions in New Orleans and the ongoing rebuilding efforts a decade after the devastation of Hurricane Katrina. […]

Native Americans: Debate Over the Washington Redskins’ Name Change

CC-BY-SA 2.0 photo by bryangeek of flickr – http://www.flickr.com/photos/bryangeek/76076394/

 

In 2016, the Washington Post released the National Survey of Native Americans poll of an unusual sample of 504 Native American adults. This survey highlights the issues related to the professional football team in the Washington, D.C. metro area that calls itself the Washington Redskins. […]

Foreign Policy Data: American Public Opinion and US Foreign Policy

The Chicago Council Survey is a trusted and widely cited source of longitudinal data on American public opinion about a broad range of US foreign policy and international issues. […]