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CBS News/New York Times Poll Series

Investigator(s): CBS/The New York Times

Since 1976, CBS News and The New York Times -- both separately, together, and in combination with other news organizations -- have commissioned public opinion polls to collect information on the American public's attitudes and opinions on various issues. Monthly polls solicit respondents' opinions on the presidency and on a range of other political and social issues. Special topic polls focus on specific events or issues that are of timely significance, including political campaigns and elections. Users should note that until 1988, ICPSR combined all of the surveys for a given year (and sometimes for more than one year) into a single collection with one ICPSR study number.

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2013
Campbell, Andrea L.,  Persily, Nathaniel . The health care case in the public mind: Opinion on the Supreme Court and health reform in a polarized era. The Health Care Case: The Supreme Court's Decision and its Implications. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
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2013
Muste, Christopher P. The dynamics of immigration opinion in the United States, 1992-2012. Public Opinion Quarterly. 77, (1), 398-416.
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2013
Shao, Wanyun,  Keim, Barry D.,  Garand, James C.,  Hamilton, Lawrence C. Weather, climate, and the economy: Explaining risk perceptions of global warming, 2001-2010.
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2012
Blendon, Robert J. Benson, John M.,  Brule, Amanda . Understanding health care in the 2012 election. New England Journal of Medicine. 367, 1658-1661.
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2012
Weisberg, Herbert F. Reconsidering Jewish presidential voting statistics. Contemporary Jewry. 32, (3), 215-236.
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2011
Affuso, Olivia,  Cox, Tiffany L.,  Allison, David B. Attitudes and beliefs associated with leisure-time physical activity among African American adults. Ethnicity and Disease. 21, (1), 63-67.
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2011
Blendon, Robert,  Benson, John . Partisan conflicts among the public on the economy and budget deficit in 2011. Challenge. 54, (5), 5-17.
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2011
Jacobson, Gary C. Legislative success and political failure: The public's reaction to Barack Obama's early presidency. Presidential Studies Quarterly. 41, (2), 220-243.
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2011
Jacobson, Gary C. The Republican resurgence in 2010. Political Science Quarterly. 126, (1), 27-52.
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