iPoll Databank

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    The iPoll database is a data source for U.S. public opinion questions and answers. 

    May 17, 2024 7:37pm
    Collection Content

    The iPoll database is a source of U.S.. public opinion questions and answers. The records span from present day to 1935 and include 650,000 questions and answers. The data comes from all the surveys in the Roper Center archive that have U.S.. national adult samples or samples of registered voters, women, African Americans, or any subpopulation that constitutes a large segment of the national adult population. 


    iPoll includes data survey results from academic, commercial, and media organizations including (but not limited to): ABC News, Gallup Organization, Pew Research Centers, and Kaiser Family Foundation. 


    The iPOLL online database is a full-text retrieval system, organized at the question-level.

    Additional Reviews in Other Sources

    Cloyd, Brett. "iPoll Datank." The Charleston Advisor. July 2010. pp. 28-30. Accessed November 26, 2013.

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