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US-Russia Survey: A Cross-Country Poll

In December 2017, the Chicago Council on Global Affairs in partnership with the Yuri Levada Analytical Center released the 2017 US-Russia Survey, a cross-country poll of adults in Russia and the United States. […]

1968 in Datasets

Datasets from 1968 reflected the concerns of the day. At the national level, Gallup polls covered public attitudes on the biggest stories in the news […]

Puerto Rico’s Recovery After Hurricane Maria

In October 2017, the Kaiser Family Foundation conducted a survey exploring Americans’ knowledge and views regarding Hurricane Maria’s impact on Puerto Rico. […]

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. […]

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 […]

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. […]

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”). […]