Answered By: Donald Page Last Updated: Sep 19, 2016 Views: 394
The three databases below are also listed on the "Political Science" databases page:
You can also find PowerPoint presentations for detailed information about the above resources or short videos on YouTube for brief introdutions at the Social Science Research and Instructional Center (SSRIC).
The following resources are available as indicated:
- The Harris Poll is available online via the library catalog
- The Public Opinion Quarterly (Online) is available online via the library catalog
- Gallup Poll News Service
Free Public Opinion Polls on the Web:
- Pew Research Center for the People and the Press
- Richter Library, Univ of Miami's Public Relations Subject Guide: Polls & Public Opinion
- Public Opinion Polls (Cornell Institute for Social and Economic Research) also lists some free websites.
In the Library:
- The Gallup Poll: Public Opinion is available in paper copy in the library in monthly issues, as well as online (after clicking the "Gallup Poll: Public Opinion" link above, click on "View this publication on the Internet").
- The Gallup Poll: Public Opinion, 1935-1977 [CD-ROM] This product has 62 years of Gallup data searchable by keyword. Available on a single CD-ROM workstation on the second floor.
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