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The African Elections Database is an archive of past and present election results for the 49 countries of Sub-Saharan Africa.
Women's Issues and Identities, Part of the Women's Studies Program provides access to a collection of manuscripts, newspapers, periodicals, and more material tracing the path of women's issues from past to present.
The Latin American Databank (LAD) provides a portal for Latin American datasets acquired, processed and archived by the Roper Center for Public Opinion Research. Collections includes data from public opinion surveys conducted by the survey research community in Latin America and the Caribbean, including universities, institutes, individual scholars, private polling and public opinion research firms.
The database includes data from: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Caribbean, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Puerto Rico, Uruguay and Venezuela.
Africa Development Data Explorer (ADDaX) provides access to reference data from 54 African economies. According to East View Information Service, data is collected from local and regional African sources as well as international sources.
The World Wars: firepower and fascism at home and abroad is a thematic series contained as a sub-set within the digitized archival content known as British Online Archives (BOA), distributed by Microform Academic Publishers (MAP). This series includes the following collections:Asia at war, World War 2 as described by USPG Missionaries, 1914-1946 British officers' diaries from World War 1, 1914-1919 The British Union of Fascists: newspapers and secret files, 1933-1951 Conscientious Objection during the First World War Hitler's...
Latinobarómetro is an annual public opinion survey that as of 2016 involved some 20,000 interviews in 18 Latin American countries, representing more than 600 million inhabitants.
Catalist is a database of US voter registration and demographic data. The database also integrates data from the US Census.
The i360 database is a resource of aggregated U.S. voter registration and election data along with other demographic and survey data points.
Sysomos is a social media analytics platform with aggregated data from: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Tumblr, LexisNexis, and more. Based in Toronto, Sysomos offers global coverage of social media data.
Crimson Hexagon is a social media analytics service, based in Boston, MA, that indexes social media posts from a wide range of global sources,and maintains an online repository of social media data and a platform for social media analytics. The data library provides posts from content providers including: Twitter, Tumblr, Google Plus, Blogs, Forums, Facebook, Instagram Hashtags, Reviews, News, Comments, and YouTube.
Eurobarometer is a series of public opinion surveys conducted by the European Commission. The surveys address a variety of topical issues relating to the European Union throughout the member states. Survey results are published by the European Commission.
The Association of Religion Data Archives is a collection of surveys, polls, and other data on American and International religious topics submitted by researchers and made available online by the ARDA.
The Socio-Economic Database for Latin America and the Caribbean (SEDLAC) is an online, open source database featuring statistics on poverty and other distributional and social variables from 24 Latin American and Caribbean countries, based on micro data from household surveys. The database is provided through a partnership between The World Bank and The Center for Distributive, Labor, and Social Studies (CEDLAS) at the Universidad Nacional de La Plata. SEDLAC is an ongoing project and regular updates and revisions are made to the dataset.
Polling the Nations is a compilation database of public opinion data, containing full text of over 18,000 surveys from approximately 1,700 U.S. and international sources.
The Pew Research Center makes its survey data openly accessible online after a period of time. Users can download datasets off of Pew's website from surveys covering: U.S. politics & policy; journalism & media; internet, science & tech; religion & public life; Hispanic trends; global attitudes & trends; and social & demographic trends.
The CISER Data Archive is a collection of social and economic datasets of numeric data files. The collection includes: federal and state censuses, files based on administrative records, public opinion surveys, economic and social data, and studies complied by individual researchers.
The American National Election Studies Data Center provides access to data aggregated through the ANES national surveying on voting, public opinion, and political participation.
The Odum Institute Data Archive is a physical and digital archive provided by the University of Carolina's Odum Institute. The Data Archive includes holdings of national and international economic, electoral, demographic, financial, health, and public opinion data. The archive features the following datasets: the national network of state polls, public opinion data, social psychology data, and North Carolina data.
Gallup Analytics is an online platform that provides subscribers with access to public opinion data aggregated through the Gallup World Poll, which annually collects opinions on issues from approximately 160 countries. The data-types covered in the product include: economics, wellbeing, employment, religion, freedom of media, entrepreneurial energy, and politics.
Indiastat is an online gateway to socio-economic data from India, its states, regions, and districts. Subscription to Indiastat provides access to 56 associate databases that cover topics including agriculture, demographics, market forecast, health, media, economy, crime, and social welfare.
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