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The Monmouth University Polling Institute was established in 2005 to be a leading center for the study of public opinion on critical national and state issues. Its mission is to foster greater public accountability by ensuring that the public’s voice is heard in the policy discourse. Monmouth strives to go beyond the headlines, covering issues that affect people where they live. The Polling Institute conducts polls on political and policy issues as well as upcoming elections. In addition to regular national polling, Monmouth has conducted polls in more than twenty-five states.

More information can be found at the Institute’s website.

Monmouth University Polling Institute is now a Roper Center data provider.

The Roper Center is proud to announce that Monmouth’s important body of work is now available to our research community. The first datasets have been added to the collection and are listed below. More polls from these and other Monmouth University Polling Institute projects will be added over the coming year.