Answered By: Keely Wilczek
Last Updated: Nov 17, 2016     Views: 84

There are many sources for public opinion polls and surveys. Three major ones are:

  • Roper Center for Public Opinion - The Roper Center for Public Opinion provides access to summary-level (aggregate) and micro-level (raw) public opinion data. While the data collection focuses strongly on United States public opinion, it also includes growing collections of European, Latin American, and Japanese  polls.
  • Polling the Nations - Polling the Nations is a compilation of public opinion surveys, containing the full text 600,000+ questions and responses from 18,000+ surveys conducted by 1,700+ polling organizations from 1986 to the present in the United States and more than 100 other countries.
  • Gallup Analytics - Records of 70+ years of public opinion polling data and analysis compiled by Gallup, Inc. Subscription only allows one login at a time.

Also see Public Opinion Sources.

 

 

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