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. […]
The Public Opinion Programme at the University of Hong Kong (HKU POP) is now a Roper Center data provider. […]
The Harvard School of Public Health/Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Subethnicities Survey 2007 covered public health topics and featured an unusual sample of the many diverse ethnicities of origin in the United States. […]
Seven Opinion Research Corporation/Cable News Network (CNN) national studies conducted from June to December, 2015 are now available for download. These studies cover a wide range of topics including 2016 Presidential Election, International Affairs, Charleston Shooting, Race Relations, Vaccinations, ISIS and Gun Control. View the new ORC/CNN Polls.
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Six ABC News/Washington Post polls conducted from May, 2014-January, 2015 are now available for download. These studies cover topics including the Economy, CIA, Ebola, Criminal Justice and Race, and 2016 Presidential Election. View the new ABC News/Washington Post Polls.
Eight Gallup Organization studies conducted from April-June, 2015 are now available for download. These studies cover a wide range of topics including the 2016 Presidential Election, Religion, Federal Government Performance, Driving Under the Influence, and the Affordable Care Act. View the 8 new Gallup Polls.
Eleven new 2014 Siena Research Institute studies are now available. Siena Research Institute at Siena College conducts regional, statewide and national surveys on business, economic, political, voter, social, academic and historical issues. The new studies include the Siena New York Poll, a monthly snapshot of registered voters from throughout New York State on timely political issues, and the Siena New York State Index of Consumer Sentiment.
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The Kaiser Health Tracking Series is conducted monthly to gain the public’s views on the US health care system. The series began in 1996 and consists of over 100 studies. In recent years, the series has focused its coverage on Health Care Reform including the 2010 Affordable Care Act, Health Insurance Coverage, and Access to Health Care.
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The Fannie Mae Monthly Key Indicators survey series (a subset of the complete monthly Fannie Mae National Housing Survey) is a monthly attitudinal survey, which polls the adult general population of the United States to assess their attitudes toward owning and renting a home, purchase and rental prices, homeownership distress, household finances, and overall confidence in the economy.
Included in this data collection is a cumulative file including key monthly indicators conducted from January, 2010 to […]