• Roper Center Search for Datasets
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on April 24, 2017 at 8:00 am

    The Roper Center boasts the oldest and most comprehensive collection of public opinion survey datasets in the world. The focus of the collection is naturally on surveys from the United States, although many surveys from Europe, Latin America and Asia have been acquired, some dating back to the 1940s and 1950s. Browse the Center's on-line catalog of surveys. Researchers interested in analysis of survey data files can determine studies relevant to their areas of interest. Many surveys are available to members using the RoperExpress service. Users un-affiliated with the Center may contact the Center for more information. […]

  • CBS News/New York Times Poll: 2016 Presidential Campaign/Terrorism/Economy [United States - Dec, 2015]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on April 21, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by CBS News and The New York Times. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by Social Science Research Solutions (SSRS), December 4-8, 2015. Sample: United States -- National adult (n=1275). Topics covered include: 2016 Presidential campaign (1); President Barack Obama job performance (1); direction of country (1); most important problem (1); Barack Obama handling of various issues (2); feelings toward Washington (1); Congress job performance (1); registered to vote (1); likely to vote (2); Republican party nominees (4); important qualities for the Republican nomination (4); confidence in candidate abilities to handle the economy (7); confidence in candidate abilities to handle threat of terrorism (7); opinion of Donald Trump (3); opinion of Ben Carson (2); opinion of Marco Rubio (2); opinion of Ted Cruz (2); opinion of Jeb Bush (2); Democratic party nominees (2); important qualities for the Democratic nomination (2); confidence in candidate abilities to reduce the gap between the rich and the poor (2); opinion of Hillary Clinton (3); opinion of Bernie Sanders (2); Syrian refugees (1); 2010 health care law (1); threat of terrorism against Americans (4); fight against the militant group ISIS (2); gun laws (4); own a gun (1); political party preference (2); religious preference (1). […]

  • Fox News Poll: Obama/National debt/Tax increase/Gas prices: April 2011 [United States - Apr, 2011]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on April 21, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by Fox News. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by Anderson Robbins Research / Shaw & Co. Research, April 25-27, 2011. Sample: United States -- Registered voters (n=911). This study contains sampling using landline telephones and cellular phones. Use SAMTYPE in columns 65-70, where 1 = landline and 2 = cell phone. Topics covered include: Barack Obama job performance (2); Congress job performance (1); opinion of various public figures (6); opinion of various political parties (3); satisfaction with direction of country (1); influence of US (1); US as greatest country (1); US losing world standing (1); Obama's opinion of US (1); emigrating from US (1); economy getting better or worse (1); Obama administration affecting economy (1); national debt (2); social security (1); defense spending (1); increasing taxes (4); Medicare voucher system (1); government employee reduction (1); federal government and entitlement programs (1); presidential nominees (4); economy getting better or worse (1); gas prices (6). […]

  • Fannie Mae's National Housing Survey Monthly Home Purchase Sentiment Index (HPSI) and Key Indicators - January, 2017 (a subset of the complete monthly Fannie Mae National Housing Survey) [United...
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on April 21, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by Fannie Mae. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by Penn, Schoen and Berland Associates, January 1-25, 2017. Sample: United States -- National adult (n=1004). Topics covered include: Economy on right/wrong track (1); personal financial situation (1); good/bad time to buy a house (1); good/bad time to sell a house (1); home price changes (3); rental price changes (3); mortgage interest rate changes (1); ability to obtain a home mortgage today (1); current homeownership status (1); renting vs. buying a home in the future (1); concern about unemployment (1); change in income (1). […]

  • Fox News Poll: Obama/Libya/Election/Nuclear Crisis: April 2011 [United States - Apr, 2011]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on April 21, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by Fox News. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by Anderson Robbins Research / Shaw & Co. Research, April 3-5, 2011. Sample: United States -- Registered voters (n=914). This study contains sampling using landline telephones and cellular phones. Use SAMTYPE in columns 61-66, where 1 = landline and 2 = cell phone. Topics covered include: Barack Obama job performance (5); Congress job performance (2); opinion of various public figures (1); US involvement in Libya (6); US foreign policy (4); US economic conditions (4); taxes (3); poverty (1); energy sources (2); nuclear crisis (1); presidential election (6); voter identification (1); health care law (2); Obama administration performance (1); Barack Obama birthplace (2). […]

  • Fannie Mae's National Housing Survey Monthly Home Purchase Sentiment Index (HPSI) and Key Indicators - February, 2017 (a subset of the complete monthly Fannie Mae National Housing Survey) [United...
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on April 21, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by Fannie Mae. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by Penn, Schoen and Berland Associates, February 1-25, 2017. Sample: United States -- National adult (n=1001). Topics covered include: Economy on right/wrong track (1); personal financial situation (1); good/bad time to buy a house (1); good/bad time to sell a house (1); home price changes (3); rental price changes (3); mortgage interest rate changes (1); ability to obtain a home mortgage today (1); current homeownership status (1); renting vs. buying a home in the future (1); concern about unemployment (1); change in income (1). […]

  • Fox News Poll: Obama/Federal budget/Interrogation techniques/Pakistan: May 2011 [United States - May, 2011]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on April 21, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by Fox News. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by Anderson Robbins Research / Shaw & Co. Research, May 15-17, 2011. Sample: United States -- Registered voters (n=910). This study contains sampling using landline telephones and cellular phones. Use SAMTYPE in columns 61-66, where 1 = landline and 2 = cell phone. Topics covered include: Barack Obama job performance (1); Congress job performance (1); Obama re-election (2); government focus on various issues (9); balancing federal budget (2); economy getting better or worse (1); personal finances better or worse (1); job situation getting better or worse (1); quality of life better or worse (1); border security better or worse (1); safety from terrorism better or worse (1); following death of Osama bin Laden (11); interrogation techniques (3); Pakistan as ally to US (2); military action in Afghanistan (1); Memorial Day (2). […]

  • Fox News Poll: Obama/National debt/Libya/Presidential candidates: June 2011 [United States - Jun, 2011]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on April 21, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by Fox News. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by Anderson Robbins Research / Shaw & Co. Research, June 5-7, 2011. Sample: United States -- Registered voters (n=912). This study contains sampling using landline telephones and cellular phones. Use SAMTYPE in columns 58-63, where 1 = landline and 2 = cell phone. Topics covered include: Barack Obama job performance (1); national debt (6); raising national debt limit (2); family financial situation (1); whether various leaders in Washington are in touch with how Americans feel (3); Obama or Republican president better for improving economy (1); military involvement in Libya (4); re-elect Obama (1); hypothetical choice between improved economy or favorite presidential candidate winning (1); voter participation in primary or caucus (1); presidential candidates (9); qualifications of presidential candidates (5); voter identification (1); how sexual indiscretions of candidates may influence your vote (2); prayer at graduation ceremonies (1). […]

  • Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research Poll: Energy and Climate Change in the 2016 Election [United States - Aug, 2016]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on April 20, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by The Energy Policy Institute at the University of Chicago (EPIC). Methodology: Interviewing conducted by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, August 11-14, 2016. Sample: United States -- National adult (n=1096). Topics covered include: Climate change (3); monthly fee to prevent climate change (6); voter participation (1); economy and jobs (1); social issues (1); national security (1); immigration (1); energy policy (1); fracking (1); greenhouse gas reduction obligation (4); decrease coal use (2). […]

  • Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research Poll: The Zika Virus: Americans' Awareness and Opinions of the U.S. Response [United States - Mar, 2016]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on April 20, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by The Associated Press and NORC at the University of Chicago. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, March 17-21, 2016. Sample: United States -- National adult (n=1004). Topics covered include: Knowledge of Zika virus (8); worry surrounding Zika virus (3); Zika virus sources of information (12); actions taken in response to Zika virus (6); government response to Zika virus (2); actions to control spread of Zika virus (4); athletes withdrawing from Olympics (2). […]

  • Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research Poll: Hillary Clinton's Candidacy and the State of Gender Discrimination in the United States [United States - Aug, 2016]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on April 20, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by The Associated Press and NORC at the University of Chicago. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, August 11-14, 2016. Sample: United States -- National adult (n=1096). Topics covered include: Discrimination against women (2); opportunities for women vs. men (4); women tough enough to be president (4); women vs. men as political leaders (1); men and women in upper management (1); impression of presidential candidates (2); effect of gender on political campaign (4); Hillary Clinton as positive role model (1); woman president good or bad (1); importance of woman president (1); Hillary Clinton as president (2); discrimination against women increase or decrease if Hillary is president (1); gender discrimination experiences (6). […]

  • Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research Poll: Views of the National Economy are Clouded by Personal Finance and Employment Concerns [United States - Apr, 2016]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on April 19, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by The Associated Press and NORC at the University of Chicago. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, April 14-18, 2016. Sample: United States -- National adult (n=1008). Topics covered include: Economy (3); personal finances (2); job stability (2); pay (1); finding a new job (1); retirement funds (1); unexpected bills (10); stock market investments (2). […]

  • Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research Poll: Divided America: Perceptions of What Unites and Divides the Country [United States - Jun, 2016]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on April 19, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by The Associated Press and NORC at the University of Chicago. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, June 23-27, 2016. Sample: United States -- National adult (n=1008). Topics covered include: Opinion of various political candidates (7); describe United States (2); country more or less divided in future (2); what unites Americans (1); what divides Americans (4); describe community (1); things in common with other types of people (10); country more or less divided than past (1); diversity's effect on country (1); U.S. conditions (1); state conditions (1); community conditions (1); political conditions (1); moral and ethical conditions (1); race relations (1); environmental conditions (1); media conditions (1); religious conditions (1); homeland security (1); lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender rights (LGBT) (1); individual rights (1); preparation for success in economy (1); usual news source (13). […]

  • Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research Poll: Working Longer: Aging, Work, and Retirement Planning in America [United States - Mar, 2017]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on April 19, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by Alfred P. Sloan Foundation and NORC at the University of Chicago. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, March 8-27, 2016. Sample: United States -- National adult ages 50 and over (n=1075). Topics covered include: Prepared for retirement (5); employment status (7); age as reason for employment termination (1); factors affecting choice to retire (8); job search (5); job skills or training (12); job description (1); longest time at one job (1); work during retirement (1); career plans (2); incentives to retire early (1); pay increase or decrease (1); hours worked per week (3); demanding tasks at work (2); age of retirement (3); feelings about retirement (5); working past 65 (4); borrowing from retirement plan (1); expected age to collect Social Security (1); pension (1); sources of retirement funds (7); current help managing retirement investments (8); future help managing retirement investments (7); bill payments (1); provide housing or support for others (40). […]

  • Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research Poll: The Frustrated Public: Views of the 2016 Campaign, the Parties, and the Electoral Process [United States - May, 2016]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on April 19, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by The Associated Press and NORC at the University of Chicago. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, May 12-15, 2016. Sample: United States -- National adult (n=1060). Topics covered include: Confidence in people running government (4); feelings about presidential election (8); political system (2); confidence in political parties (2); confidence in accuracy of vote count (1); confidence in presidential nomination process (2); political party open to non-establishment candidates (2); political party open to new ideas (2); political parties responsive to voters (2); determining candidates (2); superdelegates (1); Donald Trump (1); Bernie Sanders (1). […]

  • Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research Poll: Long-Term Care in America: Expectations and Preferences for Care and Caregiving [United States - Feb, 2016]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on April 19, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by The SCAN Foundation and NORC at the University of Chicago. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, February 18-April 9, 2016. Sample: United States -- National adult ages 40 and over, including oversamples of Californians and Hispanics (n=1698). Topics covered include: Overall health (1); concerns with growing older (8); relationship to others in household (11); receipt of living assistance (5); providing living assistance (7); potential future living assistance (2); choices for living assistance (5); reliance on resources for living assistance (10); planning for aging needs (10); policies to help Americans prepare for long-term care (9); California's Paid Family Leave program (1); support for paid family leave (1); comfort asking employer for time off (7); single care manager vs. individualized care plan (6); health insurance coverage (9). […]

  • CBS News/New York Times Poll: 2016 Presidential Campaign/Democratic Party Nominees/Hillary Clinton/Bernie Sanders [United States - Nov, 2015]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on April 17, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by CBS News and The New York Times. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by Social Science Research Solutions (SSRS), November 6-10, 2015. Sample: United States -- National adult, including 418 Democratic primary voters (n=1495). Topics covered include: 2016 Presidential campaign (1); President Barack Obama job performance (1); direction of country (1); most important problem (1); the economy (2); Obama handling various issues (3); feelings about the Obama presidency (1); opinion of the Democratic Party (1); gap between rich and poor (1); feelings toward Washington (1); registered to vote (1); Democratic Party nominees (4); opinion of Hillary Clinton (7); opinion of Bernie Sanders (7); Democratic Party united or divided (1); confidence in Hillary Clinton's ability to handle various issues (5); confidence in Bernie Sanders' ability to handle various issues (5); important qualities for the Democratic nomination (4); Democratic presidential debates (2); political campaign contributions (2); ISIS militants in Iraq and Syria (2); international conflicts (1); increasing taxes on wealthy Americans (1); gun laws (1); political party preference (2); religious preference (1). […]

  • CBS News/New York Times Poll: Global Warming/Climate Change/Environment [United States - Nov, 2015]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on April 17, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by CBS News and The New York Times. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by Social Science Research Solutions (SSRS), November 18-22, 2015. Sample: United States -- National adult (n=1030). Topics covered include: Global warming (3); climate change (2); environment (2); environment vs. economy (1); cause of global warming (1); efforts to reduce global warming (3). […]

  • Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research Poll: American Attitudes Toward Substance Use in the United States [United States - Feb, 2016]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on April 14, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by The Associated Press and NORC at the University of Chicago. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, February 11-14, 2016. Sample: United States -- National adult (n=1042). Topics covered include: Drug legalization (4); drug use (6); prescription pain relievers (2); community dealing with substance use (6); treatment for drug use (2); likelihood of conviction based on demographic (9); friends with drug use problem (1). […]

  • Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research Poll: Rude Behavior in Everyday Life and on the Campaign Trail [United States - Mar, 2016]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on April 14, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by The Associated Press and NORC at the University of Chicago. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, March 17-21, 2016. Sample: United States -- National adult (n=1004). Topics covered include: People more or less rude now than in the past (1); rude behaviors (9); personal behavior (9); tone of political campaigns (3); politician's behavior (3). […]

  • CBS News/New York Times Poll: 2016 Presidential Campaign/Republican Party Nominees/Gun Laws [United States - Oct, 2015]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on April 13, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by CBS News and The New York Times. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by Social Science Research Solutions (SSRS), October 21-25, 2015. Sample: United States -- National adult, including 1136 registered voters with an oversample of 512 Republican registered voters (n=1289). Topics covered include: 2016 Presidential campaign (1); direction of country (1); most important problem (1); Congress job performance (1); Republicans in Congress (3); feelings toward Washington (1); opinion of the Republican Party (1); the economy (2); registered to vote (1); Republican Party nominees (4); Donald Trump (1); Ben Carson (1); Ted Cruz (1); Marco Rubio (1); Jeb Bush (1); Carly Fiorina (1); important qualities for the Republican nomination (1); vote Republican (2); important issues to vote for a candidate (7); John Boehner job performance (1); opinion of George W. Bush (1); opinion of Paul Ryan (1); Republican Party united or divided (1); future of the Republican Party (1); Republican presidential debate (1); Barack Obama and the Democrats in Congress (1); federal budget deficit (1); distribution of money and wealth (1); illegal immigrants living in the U.S. (1); gun laws (6); religious preference (1). […]

  • CBS News/New York Times Poll: 2016 Presidential Campaign/Republican and Democratic Party Nominees/Hillary Clinton/Donald Trump/Pope Francis and the Catholic Church [United States - Sep, 2015]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on April 12, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by CBS News and The New York Times. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by Social Science Research Solutions (SSRS), September 8-15, 2015. Sample: United States -- National adult, including an oversample of 513 Catholics (n=1559). Topics covered include: 2016 Presidential campaign (1); Republican Party nominees (6); Democratic Party nominees (6); Donald Trump (4); Hillary Clinton (4); Hillary Clinton's usage of personal email (2); Joe Biden (4); Ben Carson (3); Jeb Bush (3); Bernie Sanders (3); abortion (1); death penalty (1); same-sex marriage (1); global warming (1); illegal immigrants in the U.S. (2); Pope Francis and the Catholic Church (6); Catholic Church in the United States (3); being a good Catholic (2); opinion of Catholic priests getting married (1); opinion of women being allowed to become priests (1); opinion of Pope Francis (4); Pope Francis addressing various issues (8); religious preference (2); religious services attendance (2). […]

  • CBS News/New York Times Poll: Race Relations/Barack Obama/Police Use of Deadly Force [United States - Jul, 2015]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on April 12, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by CBS News and The New York Times. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by Social Science Research Solutions (SSRS), July 14-19, 2015. Sample: United States -- National adult, including an oversample of 312 African Americans (n=1205). Topics covered include: Direction of country (1); fair chance in today's economy (2); race relations in the U.S. (4); programs with special efforts to help minorities (1); progress in getting rid of racial discrimination against blacks since 1960s (1); Barack Obama handling race relations (2); Republican or Democratic Party race relations (1); vote for a black presidential candidate (2); shortened voting hours and times (1); feelings about Barack Obama being black (1); treatment of minorities in criminal justice system (2); feelings about the police (1); race affecting police use of deadly force (3); shooting at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina (2); feelings about Confederate flag (3); level of comfort during conversations about race (2); personal experiences of prejudice and discrimination (3); contact with other races (2); neighbor with other races (2); work with other races (2); friends with other races (2). […]

  • Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research Poll: American Attitudes Toward the Pope Following His Visit to the United States [United States - Oct, 2015]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on April 12, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by The Associated Press and NORC at the University of Chicago. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, October 15-18, 2015. Sample: United States -- National adult (n=1058). Topics covered include: Global warming (10); Pope Francis (9); attendance at religious services (2). […]

  • CBS News/New York Times Poll: 2016 Presidential Campaign/Republican and Democratic Party Nominees/Pope Francis and the Catholic Church [United States - Sep, 2015]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on April 12, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by CBS News and The New York Times. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by Social Science Research Solutions (SSRS), September 9-13, 2015. Sample: United States -- National adult, including 1021 registered voters (n=1261). Topics covered include: 2016 Presidential campaign (1); Republican Party nominees (6); Democratic Party nominees (6); Donald Trump (4); Hillary Clinton (4); Hillary Clinton's usage of personal email (2); Joe Biden (4); Ben Carson (3); Jeb Bush (3); Bernie Sanders (3); abortion, death penalty, same-sex marriage and global warming (4); illegal immigrants in the U.S. (2); Pope Francis and the Catholic Church (6); Catholic Church in the United States (3); being a good Catholic (2); opinion of Catholic priests getting married (1); opinion of women being allowed to become priests (1); opinion of Pope Francis (4); Pope Francis addressing various issues (8); religious preference (2); religious services attendance (2). […]

  • Fox News Poll: Obama/Budget deficit/Union rights/Nuclear power: March 2011 [United States - Mar, 2011]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on April 12, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by Fox News. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by Anderson Robbins Research / Shaw & Co. Research, March 14-16, 2011. Sample: United States -- Registered voters (n=913). This study contains sampling using landline telephones and cellular phones. Use SAMTYPE in columns 57-62, where 1 = landline and 2 = cell phone. Topics covered include: Barack Obama job performance (1); Congress job performance (1); opinion of various public figures (3); reducing budget deficit (3); partisanship in budget debate (1); terrorist attacks (1); gas prices (2); health care (1); US future (1); ability to pay bills (1); government spending (1); Muslim radicalization (2); Americans addicted to cars or cell phones (1); Bush vs. Obama Guantanamo Bay policy (1); US foreign policy (1); US involvement in Libya (2); Islam peaceful or violent (1); public employee union rights (7); nuclear power as energy source (2); Japan earthquake (1); illegal immigration (2). […]

  • Fox News Poll: President Barack Obama/Economy/Benghazi/Islam: February 2011 [United States - Feb, 2011]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on April 12, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by Fox News. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by Anderson Robbins Research / Shaw & Co. Research, February 7-9, 2011. Sample: United States -- Registered voters (n=911). This study contains sampling using landline telephones and cellular phones. Use SAMTYPE in columns 69-70, where 1 = landline and 2 = cell phone. Topics covered include: Barack Obama job performance (4); Congress job performance (2); opinion of various public figures (14); likely presidential match-ups (5); Obama administration affecting economy (2); economy getting better or worse (1); job situation getting better or worse (1); voting on health care law (3); Obama sending troops to Benghazi (1); relationship between Egypt and US (3); Islam peaceful or violent (1); anti-government protests (1); enjoying winter or not (1); heavy snow storms caused by global warming (1); Valentine's Day (3). […]

  • PIPA/Knowledge Networks Poll: Misperceptions, the Media and the Iraq War Merged File [United States - Jun, 2003]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on April 11, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by Program on International Policy Attitudes. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by GfK Knowledge Networks, June 18-September 2, 2003. Sample: United States -- National adult (n=3334). Topics covered include: War in Iraq right or wrong (2); support for war in Iraq (3); following news about Iraq (1); relationship between Iraq and al-Qaeda (2); weapons of mass destruction (1); primary news source (3); re-elect George W. Bush (2); voter participation (1). […]

  • Langer/PDK Poll: The 48th Annual PDK Poll of the Public?s Attitudes Toward the Public Schools [United States - Apr, 2016]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on April 11, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by Phi Delta Kappa. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by Langer Research Associates, April 27-May 10, 2016. Sample: United States -- National adult (n=1221). Topics covered include: School type children attend (7); biggest public school problem (1); performance of public schools (9); goals of public schools (5); charter schools (1); dealing with failing public schools (3); standardized testing (1); homework (2); pressure to do well in school (2); parent involvement (7); raising taxes to support public schools (3). […]

  • CBS News Poll: Muslim Ban/Safety from Terrorism/Impression of Islam/Muslim Americans [United States - Dec, 2015]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on April 4, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by CBS News. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by Social Science Research Solutions (SSRS), December 9-10, 2015. Sample: United States -- National adult (n=1011). Topics covered include: Direction of country (1); temporary Muslim ban (2); Muslim ban effect on the US safety from terrorism (1); Muslim ban effect on founding principles of this country (1); database with names of Muslims in the United States (1); impression of Islam (1); Islamic religion (1); Muslim Americans (1); know anyone Muslim (1). […]

  • CBS News Poll: President Barack Obama/Terrorism/ISIS/Syrian Refugees [United States - Nov, 2015]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on April 4, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by CBS News. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by Social Science Research Solutions (SSRS), November 19-22, 2015. Sample: United States -- National adult (n=1205). Topics covered include: President Barack Obama job performance (1); most important problem (1); Barack Obama handling of various issues (4); impression of Islam (1); confidence in the US government to protect citizens from future terrorist attacks (1); likelihood of terrorist attack (2); fighting terrorism vs. losing privacy (1); anti-terrorism laws vs. civil liberties (1); Syrian refugees (3); U.S. fight against the militant group ISIS (5); U.S. intervention in Iraq and Syria (2). […]

  • Kaiser Family Foundation/NPR Poll: Survey of New Orleans Residents Ten Years After Katrina [United States - Jun, 2015]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on April 4, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation/NPR. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by Social Science Research Solutions (SSRS), June 2-July 5, 2015. Sample: United States -- New Orleans residents (n=1517). Topics covered include: Future of New Orleans area (1); problems facing New Orleans (1); New Orleans attractions (1); Hurricane Katrina recovery (7); degree that rebuilding is helping various demographics (7); current assessment of levees (1); outsiders in New Orleans (2); during Hurricane Katrina (1); before moving to New Orleans (4); quality of life after Hurricane Katrina (1); stress after Hurricane Katrina (9); support network after Hurricane Katrina (1); New Orleans currently good or bad for children (1); current city priorities (8); current city progress (8); charter schools (1); current worries (7); race relations (1); New Orleans unified or divided (2); diversity good or bad for city (1); neighborhood amenities (5); safe from crime (1); police trustworthy (1); city corruption (1); personal finances (3); employment (3); health care (6); medical bills (2); personal health (2); mental health (3); death of family or friends in Hurricane Katrina (1); leaving New Orleans (2). […]

  • Kaiser Family Foundation/New York Times/CBS News Poll: Non-Employed Poll [United States - Nov, 2014]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on April 4, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by Social Science Research Solutions (SSRS), November 11-25, 2014. Sample: United States -- National adult ages 25-54 (n=1002). Topics covered include: Employment status (2); student status (1); full time or part time (1); disability (1); ever held a full time job (1); last job (9); work since last job (1); quality of life for future generations (2); feelings about not working (2); impact of not working on health (3); impact of not working on relationships (4); feelings of financial security (1); desired employment (4); reasons for not working (15); activities while not working (6); impact of not working on finances (9); predicted future employment (5); compromises for employment (10); accommodations for employment (10); unwilling to work or not (1); sources of income while not working (20); health insurance (7). […]

  • ISI/Roper Center Survey: New England Survey [United States - Feb, 1996]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on April 3, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Methodology: Conducted by Institute for Social Inquiry/Roper Center, February 16-29, 1996. Sample: United States -- New England residents (n=1200). Topics covered include: Confidence in the economy (1); time lived in New England (1); opinion of New England (11); opinion of New England residents (7); area getting better or worse (3); moving away from New England (3); town or countryside (1); community (5); economy (2); personal finances (1); responsibility for individual insecurity (2); opinion of various political figures (4); big or small government (1); trust in government (3); government waste (1); feelings toward government (1); party system (1); issue determining vote (1); presidential candidates (4); recreation (8); Massachusetts vs. Connecticut (1); best season (1); vacation (2); universities (3); electricity (22). […]

  • CBS News Poll: 2016 Presidential Campaign/Republican and Democratic Party Nominees/Hillary Clinton/Donald Trump/International Crisis/Regulation of Financial Institutions [United States - Oct, 2015]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on March 31, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by CBS News. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by Social Science Research Solutions (SSRS), October 4-8, 2015. Sample: United States -- National adult (n=1251). Topics covered include: President Barack Obama job performance (1); direction of the country (1); President Barack Obama handling of various issues (2); Congress job performance (1); opinion of the Republican and Democratic parties (2); the economy (2); John Boehner job performance (1); 2016 Presidential campaign (2); 2016 Republican Party nominees (4); 2016 Democratic Party nominees (4); candidate qualities important to support nomination for president (1); confidence in candidate abilities to handle the economy (6); confidence in candidate abilities to handle international crisis (6); confidence in candidate abilities to regulate large banks and financial institutions (6); opinion of Donald Trump (6); opinion of Hillary Clinton (6); opinion of Ben Carson (4); opinion of Carly Fiorina (4); opinion of Bernie Sanders (4); opinion of Joe Biden (4); Hillary Clinton?s usage of personal email (3). […]

  • AARP Spring 2016 Brain Health Survey [United States - Mar, 2016]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on March 31, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Methodology: Conducted by GfK Knowledge Networks, March 3-6, 2016. Sample: United States -- National adult (n=2600). Topics covered include: General health and brain health (3); feelings and thoughts (14); knowledge and behavior change (14); life satisfaction (5). […]

  • CBS News Poll: 2016 Presidential Campaign/Opinion of Republican and Democratic Party Nominees/Barack Obama Presidency/Gun Control Laws/Iran Nuclear Deal [United States - Jul, 2015]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on March 31, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by CBS News. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by Social Science Research Solutions (SSRS), July 29-August 2, 2015. Sample: United States -- National adult (n=1252). Topics covered include: President Barack Obama job performance (1); most important problem facing the country (1); distribution of money and wealth in the country (1); President Barack Obama handling of various issues (6); Congress job performance (1); the economy (2); opinion of the Republican and Democratic parties (2); 2016 Presidential campaign (1); 2016 Republican Party nominees (4); 2016 Democratic Party nominees (4); opinion of Jeb Bush (4); opinion of Marco Rubio (4); opinion of Donald Trump (5); opinion of Scott Walker (4); opinion of Hillary Clinton (4); opinion of Bernie Sanders (4); illegal immigrants (3); U.S. fight against the ISIS (2); gun control laws (3); Iran Nuclear Deal (3); presidential candidates that you would consider to have dinner with (2). […]

  • Quarterly New York State Index of Consumer Sentiment Including Gas and Food Analysis [United States - Mar, 2016]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on March 28, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Methodology: Conducted by Siena Research Institute, Siena College, March 7-30, 2016. Sample: United States -- New York State residents (n=800). This study contains sampling using landline telephones and cellular phones. Topics covered include: Personal financial situation (2); New York State business conditions (2); large personal purchases (6); gasoline prices (1); food prices (1); sports (6). […]

  • Siena Research Institute Poll: April 2016 Siena Primary Voters Poll [United States - Apr, 2016]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on March 28, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Methodology: Conducted by Siena Research Institute, Siena College, April 6-11, 2016. Sample: United States -- Likely Democratic and Republican primary voters in New York State (n=1007). There are two data files for this study: 1) Democratic sample N=538 and 2) Republican sample N=469.This study contains sampling using landline telephones and cellular phones. Topics covered include: Democratic Sample: Interest in politics (1); following presidential primaries (1); presidential election (2); direction of country (1); opinion of various political figures (6); presidential candidates (3); expected presidential victory (1); voter participation (1). Republican Sample: Interest in politics (1); following presidential primaries (1); presidential election (2); direction of country (1); opinion of various political figures (6); presidential candidates (3); expected presidential victory (1); voter participation (1). […]

  • Quarterly New York State Index of Consumer Sentiment Including Gas and Food Analysis [United States - Jun, 2016]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on March 28, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Methodology: Conducted by Siena Research Institute, Siena College, June 1-28, 2016. Sample: United States -- New York State residents (n=801). This study contains sampling using landline telephones and cellular phones. Topics covered include: Personal financial situation (2); New York State business conditions (2); large personal purchases (6); gasoline prices (1); food prices (1); summer activities (14); vacation (4); Olympics (4). […]

  • Hong Kong University Public Opinion Programme Poll: Survey on People's Ethnic Identity: June 2008 [Hong Kong - Jun, 2008]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on March 27, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Methodology: Conducted by Public Opinion Programme, The University of Hong Kong, June 11-13, 2008. Sample: Hong Kong -- Adult residents of Hong Kong (n=1012). Cantonese-speaking adults in Hong Kong Topics covered include: Hong Kong identity (2); Chinese identity (2); PRC identity (2); race identity (2); Asian identity (2); global citizen identity (2). […]

  • Work Trends Poll: 2016 Views on Unemployment [United States - Aug, 2016]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on March 24, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by John J. Heldrich Center for Workforce Development at Rutgers University. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by GfK Knowledge Networks, August 3-11, 2016. Sample: United States -- National adult including an oversample of the employed and unemployed and looking for work (n=822). Topics covered include: Employment status (2); type of employment sought (1); retired (1); interest in presidential election (2); effects of presidential election outcome (8); predicted job performance of Trump vs. Clinton (9); Trump or Clinton caring more about welfare of individual (1); likely vote (1); economy getting better or worse (2); current finances (1); future finances (1); economy impacting family (2); outlook on finding new job (1); current unemployment rate (1); job security (4); job market (1); describe average American worker (19); satisfaction with current job (9); confidence in finding another job (1); important job qualities (5); politics affecting workplace (3); method of payment (1); views on achieving success (1); immigrants (2); future generation job opportunities (1); unions (1); national employment (2). […]

  • Work Trends Poll: 2015 Part-Time Employees Survey [United States - Mar, 2015]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on March 23, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by John J. Heldrich Center for Workforce Development at Rutgers University. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by GfK Knowledge Networks, March 25-April 6, 2015. Sample: United States -- National adult including an oversample of the employed and unemployed and looking for work (n=944). The sample variable (XEMPLOY) is located in Column 76, where 1=General Population Sample, 2=Voluntary Oversample. Topics covered include: Employment status (2); number of current jobs (1); hours worked per week (5); satisfaction with current job (1); reasons for working part time (12); before part time job (2); desire for full time job (3); finding full time job (2); last full time job (2); work from home (1); length of current employment (1); method of payment (2); amount of pay (3); staffing or temporary employment agency (3); qualifications for current job (2). […]

  • Hong Kong University Public Opinion Programme Poll: Survey on People's Ethnic Identity: December 2008 [Hong Kong - Dec, 2008]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on March 23, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Methodology: Conducted by Public Opinion Programme, The University of Hong Kong, December 9-12, 2008. Sample: Hong Kong -- Adult residents of Hong Kong (n=1016). Cantonese-speaking adults in Hong Kong Topics covered include: Hong Kong identity (2); Chinese identity (2); PRC identity (2); race identity (2); Asian identity (2); global citizen identity (2). […]

  • Washington Post-UMD Poll: March 30-April 3, 2016 [United States - Mar, 2016]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on March 23, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by Washington Post and University of Maryland?s Center for American Politics and Citizenship. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by Abt- SRBI of New York, N.Y., March 30-April 3, 2016. Sample: United States -- Adult residents of Maryland (n=1503). Topics covered include: State of Maryland on right/wrong track (1); job performance of various political figures (1); Gov. Larry Hogan handling of various issues (1); Democratic legislature in Maryland (1); following U.S. Senate race (1); probability of voting in primary election (1); Democratic/Republican primary Match-ups (4); describe Maryland Senate candidates (2); leaning toward which presidential candidates (3); penalty for serving underage teenagers (1); penalty for possessing and using illegal drugs (2); important to nominate female for U.S. Senate (1); important to nominate African American for U.S. Senate (2); who do you trust to best handle women's issues (1). […]

  • Work Trends Poll: 2014 Views on Unemployment [United States - Jul, 2014]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on March 22, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by John J. Heldrich Center for Workforce Development at Rutgers University. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by GfK Knowledge Networks, July 24-August 3, 2014. Sample: United States -- National adult including an oversample of the employed and unemployed and looking for work (n=1153). The sample variable (XEMPLOY) is located in Column 86, where 1=General Population Sample, 2=Unemployed Oversample and 3=Long-term Unemployed Oversample. Topics covered include: Employment status (2); type of employment sought (1); actively seeking employment (2); retired (1); recession affecting retirement plans (3); student status (2); Barack Obama job performance (1); Congress job performance (1); confidence in government progress (1); politicians to better handle economy (1); economy getting better or worse (2); unemployment under Republican Congress (1); outlook on finding new job (2); economy impacting family (1); views on achieving success (1); recession affecting economy (10); way to help unemployed (9); describe average American worker (12); future generation job opportunities (1); current finances (1); money in savings (1); impact on standard of living (2); future finances (3); satisfaction with current job (1); confidence in finding another job (1); method of payment (1); personally laid off (1); current job as step up or step down (1); compared current pay (1); receiving unemployment benefits (17); activities during unemployment (7); job search activities (6); job activities in past twelve months (9); activities influenced by unemployment (7); Labor Day (1). […]

  • Hong Kong University Public Opinion Programme Poll: Survey on People's Ethnic Identity: June 2009 [Hong Kong - Jun, 2009]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on March 22, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Methodology: Conducted by Public Opinion Programme, The University of Hong Kong, June 8-13, 2009. Sample: Hong Kong -- Adult residents of Hong Kong (n=1002). Cantonese-speaking adults in Hong Kong Topics covered include: Hong Kong identity (2); Chinese identity (2); PRC identity (2); race identity (2); Asian identity (2); global citizen identity (2). […]

  • Hong Kong University Public Opinion Programme Poll: Survey on People's Ethnic Identity: June 2011 [Hong Kong - Jun, 2011]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on March 21, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Methodology: Conducted by Public Opinion Programme, The University of Hong Kong, June 17-22, 2011. Sample: Hong Kong -- Adult residents of Hong Kong (n=1548). Cantonese-speaking adults in Hong Kong. There are two separate surveys for this study. 1. Identity index survey: June 17-22, 2011 (n=1028) 2. Sense of ethnic identity survey: June 21-22, 2011 (n=520) Topics covered include: Hong Kong identity (2); Chinese identity (2); PRC identity (2); race identity (2); Asian identity (2); global citizen identity (2). […]

  • Fox Poll 9 [United States - Aug, 2011]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on March 13, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by Fox News. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by Braun Research Incorporated, August 7-9, 2011. Sample: United States -- Registered voters (n=905). This study contains sampling using landline telephones and cellular phones. Use SAMTYPE in columns 62-63, where 1 = landline and 2 = cell phone. Topics covered include: Barack Obama job performance (2); Congress job performance (1); opinion of Obama (1); opinion of various political parties (3); satisfaction with direction of country (1); economy getting better or worse (1); raising national debt limit (2); effect of debt limit agreement on economy (1); national debt (1); government spending (1); debt limit negotiations (3); nation overtaxed or undertaxed (1); feelings toward wealthy (1); re-elect Obama (1); presidential nominees (13); voting for third party candidate (1); chance of third party candidate winning (1). […]

  • Fox Poll 7 [United States - Jun, 2011]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on March 13, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by Fox News. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by Braun Research Incorporated, June 26-28, 2011. Sample: United States -- Registered voters (n=913). This study contains sampling using landline telephones and cellular phones. Use SAMTYPE in columns 54-55, where 1 = landline and 2 = cell phone. Topics covered include: Barack Obama job performance (1); Congress job performance (1); opinion of Obama and policies (1); confidence in various political figures (5); troop withdrawal from Afghanistan (3); financial support of Afghanistan (1); mission complete or incomplete in Aghanistan (1); Petraeus or Obama more trustworthy in Afghanistan (1); economy getting better or worse (1); balanced budget amendment (3); Obama administration affecting economy (1); raising national debt limit (1); US moving toward socialism (1); creating jobs (1); Obama golfing (2); proud of US (2); voter participation in primary or caucus (1); presidential candidates (2); Pledge of Allegiance (1). […]

  • Fox Poll 8 [United States - Jul, 2011]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on March 13, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by Fox News. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by Braun Research Incorporated, July 17-19, 2011. Sample: United States -- Registered voters (n=907). This study contains sampling using landline telephones and cellular phones. Use SAMTYPE in columns 57-58, where 1 = landline and 2 = cell phone. Topics covered include: Barack Obama job performance (1); Obama's influence on US reputation (1); economy getting better or worse (1); trust in government (1); government doing too much or too little (1); Obama administration affecting economy (1); Obama blaming Bush for economy (1); impact of tax increase on candidate support (1); raising taxes in economic downturn good or bad (1); perception of tax deductions vs. increasing taxes (1); raising national debt limit (1); national debt (5); motives of Obama and Congress for national debt negotiations (2); who to blame if agreement on national debt not reached (1); hypothetical outcomes if agreement on national debt not reached (2); feelings about country (1); cut on government departments and spending to reduce federal budget deficit (1); golf or prayer to help national debt negotiations (1); voter participation in primary or caucus (1); presidential nominees (7); Kennedy vs. Obama space exploration (1). […]

  • Washington Post/Kaiser Family Foundation Poll: Post-Kaiser Feminism Survey, June 2015 [United States - May, 2015]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on March 13, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by The Washington Post and the Kaiser Family Foundation. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by Social Science Research Solutions (SSRS), May 21-June 17, 2015. Sample: United States -- National adult, including an oversample of 495 women (n=1610). Topics covered include: Familiarity with the word 'feminism' (2); men and women as equals (1); government role to ensure equal pay (1); parental leave (1); opinion on social policies (2); abortion (1); impression of feminism (2); reputation of the women's movement (2); feminist movement today (1); describe feminism (1); statements about the feminist movement (1); top priority for improving women's lives (1); whether an active feminist movement exists in the U.S. today (1); action on gender equality (1); barriers to achieving full equality (1); discrimination in our society toward various social groups (4); how much has the feminist movement improved lives (8); messages in popular media about women (4); support for women's rights on social media (3); equal share of domestic chores (1). […]