• Roper Center Search for Datasets
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on February 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. […]

  • Hong Kong University Public Opinion Programme Poll: Popularity of Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying: December 2016 (1) [Hong Kong - Dec, 2016]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on February 21, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Methodology: Conducted by Public Opinion Programme, The University of Hong Kong, December 2-8, 2016. Sample: Hong Kong -- Adult residents of Hong Kong (n=1008). Cantonese-speaking adults in Hong Kong Topics covered include: Approval rating for Chief Executive Leung Chun-Ying (1); hypothetical voting for Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying (1). […]

  • Hong Kong University Public Opinion Programme Poll: Popularity of Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying: November 2016 (1) [Hong Kong - Nov, 2016]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on February 21, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Methodology: Conducted by Public Opinion Programme, The University of Hong Kong, November 7-10, 2016. Sample: Hong Kong -- Adult residents of Hong Kong (n=1004). Cantonese-speaking adults in Hong Kong Topics covered include: Approval rating for Chief Executive Leung Chun-Ying (1); hypothetical voting for Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying (1). […]

  • Hong Kong University Public Opinion Programme Poll: Popularity of Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying: November 2016 (2) [Hong Kong - Nov, 2016]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on February 21, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Methodology: Conducted by Public Opinion Programme, The University of Hong Kong, November 21-24, 2016. Sample: Hong Kong -- Adult residents of Hong Kong (n=1000). Cantonese-speaking adults in Hong Kong Topics covered include: Approval rating for Chief Executive Leung Chun-Ying (1); hypothetical voting for Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying (1). […]

  • Washington Post Poll: National Survey of Native Americans [United States - Dec, 2015]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on February 20, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by The Washington Post. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by Social Science Research Solutions (SSRS), December 16, 2015 to April 12, 2016. Sample: United States -- National sample of Native American adults (n=504). Topics covered include: Native American origins (2); offense to Washington Redskins? team-name (1); knowledge about debate to change Washington Redskins? team-name (2); importance of the issue to change Washington Redskins? team-name (1); Native American imagery in sports (1); feelings about the word ?Redskin? (2). […]

  • CEP Poll: National Survey of Public Opinion No.70, September-October 2013 [Chile - Sep, 2013]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on February 16, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by Centro de Estudios Públicos (CEP). Methodology: Interviewing conducted by CADEM S.A., September 13-October 14, 2013. Sample: Chile -- National adult (n=1437). Topics covered include: Life satisfaction (1); most important problems in the country (1); economic situation of the country (1); personal economic situation (2); state of the country (1); presidential approval (1); government's performance in relation to pressure from other groups (2); political ideology identification (4); political party identification (4); opinion about political figures (30); participation in political activities and media usage (6); organization of people to solve neighborhood problems (1); trust in people's support to solve a problem (1); people outside home who have help with personal problems (5); respect to other people's opinion (1); difficulty to receive help from others (1); people take advantage from others to reach their goals (1); financial aid for the elderly (2); service provision for the elderly (4); job lost (3); job history (2); attendance to job training courses (1); information about events in Chile (1); trust in information sources (5); media usage to get national and international news (5); media usage to be informed about education or cultural topics (5); trust in health care services to treat minor diseases (5); trust in health care services to treat chronic diseases (3); probability of diseases caused by environmental problems (1); probability of being victim of a theft (1); probability of being sexually assaulted (1); probability of being abducted (1); trust in presenting charges to the authority and getting results (1); frequency of being a victim of an offense (6); trust in other people to help during an offense (1); presentation of charges to the authorities (9). […]

  • CEP Poll: National Survey of Public Opinion No.69, July-August 2013 [Chile - Jul, 2013]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on February 16, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by Centro de Estudios Públicos (CEP). Methodology: Interviewing conducted by CADEM S.A., July 13-August 18, 2013. Sample: Chile -- National adult (n=1471). Topics covered include: Life satisfaction (1); most important problems in the country (1); economic situation of the country (1); personal economic situation (2); state of the country (1); presidential approval (1); government's performance in relation to pressure from other groups (2); political ideology identification (4); political party identification (4); opinion about political figures (30); participation in political activities and media usage (6); organization of people to solve neighborhood problems (1); trust in people's support to solve a problem (1); people outside home who have help with personal problems (5); respect to other people's opinion (1); difficulty to receive help from others (1); people take advantage from others to reach their goals (1); financial aid for the elderly (2); service provision for the elderly (4); job lost (3); job history (2); attendance to job training courses (1); information about events in Chile (1); trust in information sources (5); media usage to get national and international news (5); media usage to be informed about education or cultural topics (5); trust in health care services to treat minor diseases (5); trust in health care services to treat chronic diseases (3); probability of diseases caused by environmental problems (1); probability of being victim of a theft (1); probability of being sexually assaulted (1); probability of being abducted (1); trust in presenting charges to the authority and getting results (1); frequency of being a victim of an offense (6); trust in other people to help during an offense (1); presentation of charges to the authorities (9). […]

  • Kaiser Family Foundation Poll: July 2016 Kaiser Health Tracking Poll [United States - Jul, 2016]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on February 16, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by Princeton Survey Research Associates International, July 5-11, 2016. Sample: United States -- National adult (n=1212). Topics covered include: Health reform law (2); health care law (4); important issues to vote for President (2); health care issues affecting presidential election (2); differences between the U.S. political parties on health care issues (4); national conventions (2); Zika virus (4); items in the news (1); source of health insurance (5). […]

  • CEP Poll: National Survey of Public Opinion No.72, October-November 2014 [Chile - Oct, 2014]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on February 15, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by Centro de Estudios Públicos (CEP). Methodology: Interviewing conducted by CADEM S.A., October 31-November 27, 2014. Sample: Chile -- National adult (n=1432). Topics covered include: Life satisfaction (1); most important problems in the country (1); economic situation of the country (1); personal economic situation (2); state of the country (1); presidential approval (1); government's performance in relation to pressure from other groups (2); political ideology identification (4); political party identification (4); opinion about political figures (30); participation in political activities and media usage (6); organization of people to solve neighborhood problems (1); trust in people's support to solve a problem (1); people outside home who have help with personal problems (5); respect to other people's opinion (1); difficulty to receive help from others (1); people take advantage from others to reach their goals (1); financial aid for the elderly (2); service provision for the elderly (4); job lost (3); job history (2); attendance to job training courses (1); information about events in Chile (1); trust in information sources (5); media usage to get national and international news (5); media usage to be informed about education or cultural topics (5); trust in health care services to treat minor diseases (5); trust in health care services to treat chronic diseases (3); probability of diseases caused by environmental problems (1); probability of being victim of a theft (1); probability of being sexually assaulted (1); probability of being abducted (1); trust in presenting charges to the authority and getting results (1); frequency of being a victim of an offense (6); trust in other people to help during an offense (1); presentation of charges to the authorities (9). […]

  • Kaiser Family Foundation Poll: June 2016 Kaiser Health Tracking Poll [United States - Jun, 2016]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on February 15, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by Princeton Survey Research Associates International, June 15-21, 2016. Sample: United States -- National adult (n=1201). Topics covered include: Health reform law (2); health care law (4); important issues to vote for President (2); health care costs (2); rising costs of health insurance premiums (2); Zika virus (8); government funding aimed at limiting the spread of Zika (2); Zika virus in the United States (2); items in the news (1); source of health insurance (5). […]

  • Kaiser Family Foundation Poll: April 2016 Kaiser Health Tracking Poll [United States - Apr, 2016]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on February 15, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by Princeton Survey Research Associates International, April 12-19, 2016. Sample: United States -- National adult (n=1201). Topics covered include: Health reform law (2); health care law (4); important issues to vote for President in November (2); health issues facing the country (2); prejudice and discrimination facing the country (1); mental health care (3); prescription painkillers (5); safety of public drinking water (3); items in the news (1); source of health insurance (5). […]

  • CEP Poll: National Survey of Public Opinion No.71, July-August 2014 [Chile - Jul, 2014]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on February 15, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by Centro de Estudios Públicos (CEP). Methodology: Interviewing conducted by CADEM S.A., July 4-August 1, 2014. Sample: Chile -- National adult (n=1442). Topics covered include: Life satisfaction (1); most important problems in the country (1); economic situation of the country (1); personal economic situation (2); state of the country (1); presidential approval (1); government's performance in relation to pressure from other groups (2); political ideology identification (4); political party identification (4); opinion about political figures (30); participation in political activities and media usage (6); organization of people to solve neighborhood problems (1); trust in people's support to solve a problem (1); people outside home who have help with personal problems (5); respect to other people's opinion (1); difficulty to receive help from others (1); people take advantage from others to reach their goals (1); financial aid for the elderly (2); service provision for the elderly (4); job lost (3); job history (2); attendance to job training courses (1); information about events in Chile (1); trust in information sources (5); media usage to get national and international news (5); media usage to be informed about education or cultural topics (5); trust in health care services to treat minor diseases (5); trust in health care services to treat chronic diseases (3); probability of diseases caused by environmental problems (1); probability of being victim of a theft (1); probability of being sexually assaulted (1); probability of being abducted (1); trust in presenting charges to the authority and getting results (1); frequency of being a victim of an offense (6); trust in other people to help during an offense (1); presentation of charges to the authorities (9). […]

  • Kaiser Family Foundation Poll: February 2016 Kaiser Health Tracking Poll [United States - Feb, 2016]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on February 14, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by Princeton Survey Research Associates International, February 10-18, 2016. Sample: United States -- National adult (n=1202). Topics covered include: Health reform law (2); health care law (4); important issues for the presidential election in 2016 (2); universal health care coverage through a single government plan (4); items in the news (1); Zika virus (5); safety of the water supply (1); lead level in Flint Michigan water supply (2); requirement to have health insurance (2); source of health insurance (3). […]

  • Kaiser Family Foundation Poll: March 2016 Kaiser Health Tracking Poll [United States - Mar, 2016]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on February 14, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by Princeton Survey Research Associates International, March 7-14, 2016. Sample: United States -- National adult (n=1201). Topics covered include: Health reform law (2); health care law (4); important issues to vote for President in November (2); health care issues affecting presidential election (2); items in the news (1); women?s reproductive health choices and services (4); abortion, family planning, and contraception (1); requirement to have health insurance (1); cost of health insurance (2); problems with health insurance plan (1); source of health insurance (5). […]

  • Kaiser Family Foundation Poll: 2016 Survey of Americans on the U.S. Role in Global Health [United States - Mar, 2016]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on February 14, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by Princeton Survey Research Associates International, March 1-26, 2016. Sample: United States -- National adult (n=1508). Topics covered include: Health problems facing developing countries (2); the U.S. role in world affairs (1); Congress priorities in world affairs (1); government spending on foreign health aid (11); US contributions to foreign health (13); government efforts to improve health of people in developing countries (5); government efforts to improve the lives of women and girls in developing countries (1); HIV/AIDS (1); Zika virus (10); access to birth control (2); media coverage of foreign health (1); personal travel to developing countries (1); volunteer work for developing countries (2). […]

  • CEP Poll: National Survey of Public Opinion No.73, April-May, 2015 [Chile - Apr, 2015]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on February 9, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by Centro de Estudios Públicos (CEP). Methodology: Interviewing conducted by CADEM S.A., April 6-May 3, 2015. Sample: Chile -- National adult (n=1434). Topics covered include: Life satisfaction (1); most important problems in the country (1); economic situation of the country (1); personal economic situation (2); state of the country (1); presidential approval (1); government's performance in relation to pressure from other groups (2); political ideology identification (4); political party identification (4); opinion about political figures (30); participation in political activities and media usage (6); organization of people to solve neighborhood problems (1); trust in people's support to solve a problem (1); people outside home who have help with personal problems (5); respect to other people's opinion (1); difficulty to receive help from others (1); people take advantage from others to reach their goals (1); financial aid for the elderly (2); service provision for the elderly (4); job lost (3); job history (2); attendance to job training courses (1); information about events in Chile (1); trust in information sources (5); media usage to get national and international news (5); media usage to be informed about education or cultural topics (5); trust in health care services to treat minor diseases (5); trust in health care services to treat chronic diseases (3); probability of diseases caused by environmental problems (1); probability of being victim of a theft (1); probability of being sexually assaulted (1); probability of being abducted (1); trust in presenting charges to the authority and getting results (1); frequency of being a victim of an offense (6); trust in other people to help during an offense (1); presentation of charges to the authorities (9). […]

  • Kaiser Family Foundation Poll: November 2015 Kaiser Health Tracking Poll [United States - Nov, 2015]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on February 8, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by Princeton Survey Research Associates International, November 10-17, 2015. Sample: United States -- National adult (n=1352). Topics covered include: Health care law (4); health insurance (3); items in the news (1); prescription painkillers (9); drug abuse (3). […]

  • Kaiser Family Foundation Poll: January 2016 Kaiser Health Tracking Poll [United States - Jan, 2016]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on February 8, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by Princeton Survey Research Associates International, January 13-19, 2016. Sample: United States -- National adult (n=1204). Topics covered include: Health reform law (2); health care law (4); important issues to vote for President in November (2); health care issues affecting presidential election (1); requirement to have health insurance (3); cost of health insurance (4); financial assistance to purchase health insurance (1); choice of doctors covered by health insurance plan (3); source of health insurance (5). […]

  • Kaiser Family Foundation Poll: December 2015 Kaiser Health Tracking Poll [United States - Dec, 2015]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on February 8, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by Princeton Survey Research Associates International, December 1-7, 2015. Sample: United States -- National adult (n=1202). Topics covered include: Health reform law (4); health care law (3); requirement to have health insurance (3); national health plan (1); universal healthcare (1); source of health insurance (5). […]

  • CEP Poll: National Survey of Public Opinion No.74, August 2015 [Chile - Aug, 2015]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on February 7, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by Centro de Estudios Públicos (CEP). Methodology: Interviewing conducted by CADEM S.A., August 1-August 31, 2015. Sample: Chile -- National adult (n=1420). Topics covered include: Life satisfaction (1); most important problems in the country (1); economic situation of the country (1); personal economic situation (2); state of the country (1); presidential approval (1); government's performance in relation to pressure from other groups (2); political ideology identification (4); political party identification (4); opinion about political figures (30); participation in political activities and media usage (6); organization of people to solve neighborhood problems (1); trust in people's support to solve a problem (1); people outside home who have help with personal problems (5); respect to other people's opinion (1); difficulty to receive help from others (1); people take advantage from others to reach their goals (1); financial aid for the elderly (2); service provision for the elderly (4); job lost (3); job history (2); attendance to job training courses (1); information about events in Chile (1); trust in information sources (5); media usage to get national and international news (5); media usage to be informed about education or cultural topics (5); trust in health care services to treat minor diseases (5); trust in health care services to treat chronic diseases (3); probability of diseases caused by environmental problems (1); probability of being victim of a theft (1); probability of being sexually assaulted (1); probability of being abducted (1); trust in presenting charges to the authority and getting results (1); frequency of being a victim of an offense (6); trust in other people to help during an offense (1); presentation of charges to the authorities (9). […]

  • Kaiser Family Foundation Poll: October 2015 Kaiser Health Tracking Poll [United States - Oct, 2015]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on February 7, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by Princeton Survey Research Associates International, October 14-20, 2015. Sample: United States -- National adult (n=1203). Topics covered include: Health reform law (4); health care law (4); health insurance plans (2); items in the news (1); prescription drugs (8); respondent's primary source of health insurance coverage (3). […]

  • CEP Poll: National Survey of Public Opinion No.75, November-December 2015 [Chile - Nov, 2015]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on February 6, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by Centro de Estudios Públicos (CEP). Methodology: Interviewing conducted by CADEM S.A., November 4-December 6, 2015. Sample: Chile -- National adult (n=1449). Topics covered include: Life satisfaction (1); most important problems in the country (1); economic situation of the country (1); personal economic situation (2); state of the country (1); presidential approval (1); government's performance in relation to pressure from other groups (2); political ideology identification (4); political party identification (4); opinion about political figures (30); participation in political activities and media usage (6); organization of people to solve neighborhood problems (1); trust in people's support to solve a problem (1); people outside home who have help with personal problems (5); respect to other people's opinion (1); difficulty to receive help from others (1); people take advantage from others to reach their goals (1); financial aid for the elderly (2); service provision for the elderly (4); job lost (3); job history (2); attendance to job training courses (1); information about events in Chile (1); trust in information sources (5); media usage to get national and international news (5); media usage to be informed about education or cultural topics (5); trust in health care services to treat minor diseases (5); trust in health care services to treat chronic diseases (3); probability of diseases caused by environmental problems (1); probability of being victim of a theft (1); probability of being sexually assaulted (1); probability of being abducted (1); trust in presenting charges to the authority and getting results (1); frequency of being a victim of an offense (6); trust in other people to help during an offense (1); presentation of charges to the authorities (9). […]

  • CEP Poll: National Survey of Public Opinion No.76, Rural and Urban Mapuche Today [Chile - Mar, 2016]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on February 6, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by Centro de Estudios Públicos (CEP). Methodology: Interviewing conducted by CADEM S.A., March 19-May 30, 2016. Sample: Chile -- National adult including a Mapuche oversample (n=3099). This study contains an oversample of National adults who declare themselves to belong to the Mapuche people. Use T1_CUOTA in columns 35-42, where 1=Mapuche (N=1493) and 2=No Mapuche (N=1606). Topics covered include: Native origins (4); current political situation (4); most important problems (15); confidence in public institutions, political figures, communities, large companies (23); knowledge about native groups (3); State repair or compensation of indigenous people (5); poverty (2); key to economic success (2); being discriminated (11); maintaining Mapuche culture (2); defining Mapuche people (2); CONADI (3); Mapuche language (8); Mapuche marriage (5); topics that are important to you (2); conflict in Chile today (1); relating to others (5); in search of better opportunities (1); ability to read and write (1); land and community (7). […]

  • Kaiser Family Foundation Poll: Medicare and Medicaid at 50 Survey [United States - Apr, 2015]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on February 3, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by Social Science Research Solutions (SSRS), April 23-May 31, 2015. Sample: United States -- National adult (n=1849). Topics covered include: Importance of certain federal government programs (7); state and federal government spending on health care services (5); respondent's primary source of health insurance coverage (15); Medicaid/Medicare program (50); problems getting your health insurance to pay for health care services (2); respondent's income level (3). […]

  • CEP Poll: National Survey of Public Opinion No.78, November-December 2016 [Chile - Nov, 2016]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on February 2, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by Centro de Estudios Públicos (CEP). Methodology: Interviewing conducted by CADEM S.A., November 25-December 23, 2016. Sample: Chile -- National adult (n=1464). Topics covered include: Life satisfaction (1); most important problems in the country (1); economic situation of the country (1); personal economic situation (2); state of the country (1); presidential approval (1); government's performance in relation to pressure from other groups (2); political ideology identification (4); political party identification (4); opinion about political figures (30); participation in political activities and media usage (6); organization of people to solve neighborhood problems (1); trust in people's support to solve a problem (1); people outside home who have help with personal problems (5); respect to other people's opinion (1); difficulty to receive help from others (1); people take advantage from others to reach their goals (1); financial aid for the elderly (2); service provision for the elderly (4); job lost (3); job history (2); attendance to job training courses (1); information about events in Chile (1); trust in information sources (5); media usage to get national and international news (5); media usage to be informed about education or cultural topics (5); trust in health care services to treat minor diseases (5); trust in health care services to treat chronic diseases (3); probability of diseases caused by environmental problems (1); probability of being victim of a theft (1); probability of being sexually assaulted (1); probability of being abducted (1); trust in presenting charges to the authority and getting results (1); frequency of being a victim of an offense (6); trust in other people to help during an offense (1); presentation of charges to the authorities (9). […]

  • Fannie Mae's National Housing Survey Monthly Home Purchase Sentiment Index (HPSI) and Key Indicators - September, 2016 (a subset of the complete monthly Fannie Mae National Housing Survey) [United...
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on February 1, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by Fannie Mae. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by Penn, Schoen and Berland Associates, September 1-25, 2016. Sample: United States -- National adult (n=1003). 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). […]

  • Fannie Mae's National Housing Survey Monthly Home Purchase Sentiment Index (HPSI) and Key Indicators - July, 2016 (a subset of the complete monthly Fannie Mae National Housing Survey) [United...
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on February 1, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by Fannie Mae. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by Penn, Schoen and Berland Associates, July 1-25, 2016. Sample: United States -- National adult (n=1000). 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). […]

  • Fannie Mae's National Housing Survey Monthly Home Purchase Sentiment Index (HPSI) and Key Indicators - November, 2016 (a subset of the complete monthly Fannie Mae National Housing Survey) [United...
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on February 1, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by Fannie Mae. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by Penn, Schoen and Berland Associates, November 1-25, 2016. Sample: United States -- National adult (n=1000). 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). […]

  • Fannie Mae's National Housing Survey Monthly Home Purchase Sentiment Index (HPSI) and Key Indicators - October, 2016 (a subset of the complete monthly Fannie Mae National Housing Survey) [United...
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on February 1, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by Fannie Mae. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by Penn, Schoen and Berland Associates, October 1-25, 2016. Sample: United States -- National adult (n=1000). 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). […]

  • Fannie Mae's National Housing Survey Monthly Home Purchase Sentiment Index (HPSI) and Key Indicators - August, 2016 (a subset of the complete monthly Fannie Mae National Housing Survey) [United...
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on February 1, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by Fannie Mae. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by Penn, Schoen and Berland Associates, August 1-25, 2016. 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). […]

  • PRRI/RNS Poll: January 2015 Survey [United States - Jan, 2015]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on January 25, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by PRRI/RNS. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by Social Science Research Solutions (SSRS), January 14-18, 2015. Sample: United States -- National adult (n=1012). Topics covered include: Favorite and popular sports (5); Sunday pastimes (1); Super Bowl (1); discrimination of gay and lesbian athletes (2); athletes convicted of domestic violence (2); religious role in determining sports success (2); danger of football injuries (1); allowing children to play football (1). […]

  • The 'Most Important Problem' Dataset (MIPD): A New Dataset on American Issue Importance, Release 1.0 REPLICATION [United States - Jan, 1939]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on January 24, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by See survey notes for full citation. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by Not applicable, 1939-2015. Sample: United States -- (n=). The Most Important Problem Dataset is an aggregated dataset based on over 600 Roper Center datasets. It contains more than 832,000 Americans' responses to the "most important problem" question from 1939-2015. This dataset was produced by researchers Colton Heffington, Brandon Beomseob Park and Laron K. Williams. *This is a replication dataset and has been made available in the form it was submitted by the researchers. This dataset has not been curated by the Roper Center in any way.* PLEASE CITE AS: Colton Heffington, Brandon Beomseob Park and Laron K. Williams (forthcoming). "The 'Most Important Problem' Dataset (MIPD): A New Dataset on American Issue Importance", Conflict Management and Peace Science. [dataset]. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY: Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, RoperExpress [distributor]. Topics covered include: Most Important Problem (MIPD) Individual: This dataset contains individual-level responses (from over 670 surveys totaling almost a million respondents) to the MIP question, in addition to demographics, partisan preferences (including vote intention, previous vote, ideology and party identification), approval (general approval and approval of specific policies), economic evaluations (both retrospective and prospective, personal and national), and party competency (best party to address MIP, best party to address specific problems). Most Important Problem (MIPD) Aggregate: This dataset contains the aggregate percentage (weighted by population weights, if available) of respondents identifying that problem as the MIP. These aggregate data are available monthly, quarterly, and annually. Most Important Problem (MIPD) Annual: Annual dataset for the percentage of Americans identifying various categories as the "most important problem" facing the country today. […]

  • PRRI Poll: February 2015 Millennials, Sexuality, and Reproductive Health Survey [United States - Feb, 2015]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on January 20, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by PRRI. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by GfK KnowledgePanel, February 12-25, 2015. Sample: United States -- National adults (ages 18-35) (n=2314). Includes oversamples of African Americans (N=261), Hispanics (N=608), and Asian-Pacific Islanders (N=122). Topics covered include: President Barack Obama job performance (1); direction of country (1); important issues in country today (10); abortion (4); schools you have attended (1); likelihood for sexual assault/sexual harassment to occur in various settings (2); sex education (3); reducing unintended pregnancies (1); favor/oppose issues relating to birth control, abortion and contraception (1); opinion on pregnant women under 18 (1); sex and social issues as morally acceptable (1); stigma people face in your community (1); religion's place in your life (1); usage of social media (1); political participation (1); health care plans that cover contraception/birth control (1); relationships and family life (2); health care coverage (4); comfortable talking about sexual, health, and relationship issues (1); information sources on sexual health and relationships (1); proximity to specific social groups (1); sexual preferences and attractions (1); political ideology (1). […]

  • PRRI Poll: June 2015 Survey [United States - Jun, 2015]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on January 13, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by PRRI. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by Social Science Research Solutions (SSRS), June 3-7, 2015. Sample: United States -- National adult (n=1009). Topics covered include: Same-sex marriage (3); gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender rights and protection (2); discrimination in U.S. today toward gay, lesbian, transgender individuals (3). […]

  • PRRI Poll: May 2015 Survey [United States - Apr, 2015]
    by Roper Center for Public Opinion Research on January 12, 2017 at 5:00 am

    Survey by PRRI. Methodology: Interviewing conducted by Social Science Research Solutions (SSRS), April 29-May 3, 2015. Sample: United States -- National adult (n=1003). Topics covered include: Protest demonstrations and riots in Baltimore (1); police treatment toward minorities (1); criminal justice treatment toward minorities (1); African American men killed by police (1). […]