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POL 150: Comparative Politics: Public Opinion Data

Finding Public Opinion Data

Public opinion data can be a rich source of information for understanding how people feel about a range of issues.  Use older data to get a snapshot of public opinion on a variety of historical events.  Public opinion data are collected by various organizations; the following lists several highly recommended sites, but the list isn't comprehensive.

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