Public Opinion Polls

The Gallup Poll is one of the nation’s largest polling organizations. It actually provides a mix of polling and analysis of statistics from other sources.  Gallup also tracks a number of indexes that they have created for specific topics.

Harris Poll Interactive provides quick access to 40 years of polling results for the U.S. Canada, United Kingdom, Germany, and France.

PRC provides access to current and recent polls, along with the ability to download data sets related to a wide variety of social issues.

The Quinnipiac Polling Institute is an important source of election polls, but also provides state specific polling for the Northeast, along with annual summaries for each state covered.

The Roper Center at the University of Connecticut archives public opinion research results from many different polling organizations.

The Post and ABC polls focus primarily on national politics and elections.

The Marist Poll

The Marist Poll, located at Marist College in Poughkeepsie, New York,  tracks public opinion in the U.S. regarding a variety of local, state, and federal issues and societal trends.  The site also includes an extensive list of other polling organizations.

The World Public Opinion Poll tracks public opinion regarding a large variety of international issues, including: development aid, environment, the United Nations, governance, international security, globalization, human rights and views about events in specific countries.

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