Find Public Opinion, Polls & Surveys
Research Tips for Finding Public Opinion
- Do you need opinion that is current or historical (such as when the event occurred)?
- Whose opinion was documented? Who was left out? Does this have an effect on the outcome?
- What was the purpose of collecting this information? Was it to inform or persuade?
Where To Look
|Place to Search||Dates Covered||Regions||Various Topics||Current Issues||Election Polls||Historical Election Polls|
|Academic Search Complete||
1990-present;Some articles from Public Opinion Quarterly from 1965-present
|Type in your topic keywords and add "and public opinion" to your search. Ex. "Iraq war and public opinion"|
|Pew Research Center||1987-present||United States
|Public Agenda Online||Recent public opinion||United States|
|Polling the Nations||1986-present||United States
|PollingReport.com||Recent public opinion||United States|
|American National Election Studies Guide||1948-most recent election||United States|
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