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CCES Recently Developed Methods Collection

The Cooperative Congressional Election Study is a consortium of 39 universities that came together in 2006 to create the Cooperative Congressional Election Study. The CCES is the first truly large-scale academic survey project aimed at studying the midterm Congressional elections. Their joint efforts produced a 36,500 person national survey of the American electorate, as well as 36 separate 1,000 person studies focused on particular research questions of interest to the individual teams. The study has continued with yearly surveys since then, with the 2010 study including 55,400 respondents and over 40 teams.

 

 

 

CCES RDM Scorecard

CCES 2014 Cooperative Congressional Election Survey 31116790 Scorecard