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End-of-Life Medical Care: A Cross-Country Poll

In April 2017, the Kaiser Family Foundation in partnership with The Economist released the End-of-Life Medical Care poll, […]

Zika Virus: A Look Back at the 2016 Summer Olympics

In March 2016, the Associated Press and NORC at the University of Chicago conducted a national survey of 1,004 adults to explore Americans’ knowledge about the Zika virus. […]

Working-Class Whites: Views on Economy

In September 2016, the Kaiser Family Foundation and CNN released the Working-Class Whites poll of 1,614 national adults, with large oversamples of white, Latinos, and blacks without college degrees (a group defined in this survey as “working-class”). […]

Lemberg Center Poll: Six-City Study on Violence

The Lemberg Center for the Study of Violence at Brandeis University was established after the assassination of President Kennedy […]

The Summer of Love at the State Level

Vietnam, racial tensions, conflicts in the Middle East, the coming election: The hot topics in the 1967 national polls were also reflected at the state level. […]

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. […]

Most Important Problem Dataset

Colton Heffington, Brandon Beomseob Park and Laron K. Williams, 2017.

Public opinion researchers depend on certain questions as essential public opinion barometers, like presidential job approval or Bud Roper’s right-direction/wrong-track measure. Perhaps no other question is as often used to determine what is foremost in the minds of the public than the open-ended “What do you think is the most important problem facing this country today?” […]