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Political Science Research Guide

Some Useful Statistics and Polling Databases

Data Planet- 4.9 billion datasets from seventy organizations, covering a wide variety of subjects; tools for creating charts and tables.

Eagleton Poll Archive- From the Eagleton Institute of Politics, Political Science Department, Rutgers University.

Exploring Census Data- From the U.S. Census Bureau; extensive, accessible demographic data, with advanced search options as well.

ICPRS- The Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research, the world's repository of social science data available, contributed by scholars and organizations from around the world.

iPoll Databank- Public opinion polls from the Roper Center, 1935 to the present.

LAPOP (Latin American Public Opinion Project): Annual surveys of political, social attitudes, as well as economic and demographic characteristics. Includes the US. 2004 to present.

Latinobarometro (1995 to present): Annual surveys. Data on political and social attitudes; economic and demographic characteristics. 1995 to present.

Policy Map- Produce maps and reports using Census Bureau and proprietary data, 1790 to the present.

Polling the Nations- Polling data from Gallup, Roper, major networks, newspapers, etc., 1986 to the present.

Social Explorer- Census Bureau data, religious data from the Religious Congregations and Membership Study; useful mapping and visualization tools.

Statista- Data across the disciplines, from thousands of resources, including market reports, trade publications, scientific journals, and government databases.

 

Other Datasets and Data Services

Please consult the extensive collection of resources curated by the Libraries' data experts.

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