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Lopez, Musick, Schuldt Join Roper Center Board of Directors

The Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, the world’s largest archive of public opinion data, welcomes three new members to its Board of Directors […]

Celebrating the Roper Center’s 70th Anniversary

In 2017, the Roper Center is proud to celebrate 70 years as the world’s foremost archive of public opinion data. Since its founding in 1947, the Center has worked to collect, preserve and disseminate data that reflects the opinions of people around the world, on topics ranging from government policy to popular culture. […]

NADDI 2017

Roper Center is proud to co-host the NADDI (North American Data Documentation Initiative) 2017 Conference at Cornell University. […]

Going to ACRL?

Going to the ACRL 2017 conference in Baltimore? We are! […]

Roper at WAPOR Latin American Conference

The Roper Center for Public Opinion Research was proud to be a sponsor and presenter at the seventh Latin American Conference of the World Association for Public Opinion Research (WAPOR) in Monterrey, Mexico in October. […]

In Memoriam: Jim Davis

Jim Davis, giant in the field of survey research and winner of the 2010 Roper Center Mitofsky Award, died on September 29 after a brief illness. His contributions to sociology included the establishment of the General Social Survey, an unparalleled resource on the changing attitudes of Americans. […]

Roper Data at the Presidential Debates

The Roper Center for Public Opinion Research has long served as a major resource for journalists covering presidential elections. This year, the Roper archive will play an even greater role in press reporting on the Presidential debates. Journalists at the debate site will have easy access to a timeline of 2016 data from U.S. polling organizations, compiled by Roper to provide a public opinion framework. […]

Event: 2016 Election Polling: A Postmortem

DC-AAPOR and the Roper Center present 2016 Election Polling:  A Postmortem – Just What Do Voters Expect?  

Wednesday, November 16th, 3:00 to 5:30PM […]

Roper/CIPA Speaker Series: Arthur Lupia

Arthur Lupia’s Uninformed: Why People Know So Little About Politics and What We Can Do About It
Monday, May 2, 2016 at 12:00 pm in 655 Rhodes Hall (next to the Roper Center).

Lunch will be provided – Students, faculty and staff welcome. […]

Save the Date: Arthur Lupia

We are pleased to announce that Arthur “Skip” Lupia will be the inaugural speaker at the CIPA – Roper Center Public Opinion Speaker Series. […]