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American demographics Restricted Resource Some full text available
Monthly trade magazine providing statistical information and analysis, including survey results, on the U.S. population, consumer trends, and other related topics.

from 1990 to 2004 in Library Print
from 01/01/1992 to 11/30/2004 in Academic Search Premier

Public Opinion Quarterly Restricted Resource Some full text available
Oxford University Press (now) for American Association for Public Opinion Research. 1937-present. Quarterly. Regular feature of preeminent scholarly journal on public opinion and polling, discusses recent surveys.


ASEP/JDS Databank of international surveys
Provides online data analysis of the results from surveys conducted in different countries and by different organizations.
Cornell Institute for Social and Economic Research Some full text available
Cornell compiled a list of Public Opinion Surveys.  The sites listed contain questions on a specific topic or an entire survey or questionnaire. Others include response cross tabulations and information on a survey's methodology. Those containing only brief summaries of survey results are not included, nor are sites that concentrate on survey methodology. Some full text available is an independent, nonpartisan resource on trends in American public opinion. Results of current polls from Gallup, Harris, National Public Radio and many others are included.
Public Agenda Issue Guides Some full text available
Public Agenda Issue Guides.
Facts, figures, and analysis of public attitudes on many U.S. social and economic issues

Public Opinion Matters. Some full text available
Samples of polling data on a wide range of topics. New articles are added monthly from the Roper Center for Public Opinion Research's archives. Includes highlights from the magazine, Public Perspective.
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