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Government Agencies? Government Agencies collect data at all levels to aid policy decisions. It is generally distributed free via the internet. Organizations ? Larger data sets are generally available in SPSS, Excel, SAS or Stata formats.
Why search here? Visually explore hundreds of thousands of variables related to demography, economics, health, politics, the environment and more, with the ability to generate custom reports and maps.
Content type: Data
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U.S. data sources include the decennial census, American Community Survey, FBI Uniform Crime Report, American election results, Religious Congregations and Membership Study, Vulcan Project carbon emissions data, U.S. Business Patterns, and County Health Rankings. It also includes international data from the United Kingdom Census, Canadian Census, Eurostat, and World Development Indicators.
Why search here? Access public opinion data from polls conducted by major United States and international polling organizations.
Content type: Opinion poll data
Coverage dates: 1930-present
Polls are produced by major news organizations (such as CBS, ABC, and the Associated Press), public opinion research centers (such as Gallup, Harris, and Pew), and major academic and commercial pollsters. Polls cover a variety of topics, including social issues, politics, pop culture, international affairs, science, the environment, and many more.
Keywords: Roper Center for Public Opinion Research