ABC News/Washington Post Poll Series

Investigator(s): ABC News/Washington Post

Since 1981, ABC News and The Washington Post, both separately and together, have commissioned public opinion polls to collect information on the American public's attitudes and opinions on various issues. These surveys, conducted by Chilton Research Services until mid-1999 and subsequently by Taylor Nelson Sofres Intersearch, gather information in the form of monthly and special topic polls. Monthly polls solicit respondent information on the presidency and on a variety of other political and social issues. Special topic polls focus on specific events or issues that are of timely significance.

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2015
Association of Religion Data Archives . Religion and Politics. Association of Religion Data Archives.
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2015
Dearden, Thomas E. Trust: The unwritten cost of white-collar crime. Journal of Financial Crime. 23, (1), 87-101.
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2014
Clancy, Madelaine . Women and Employment: Housewives First, Career Women Second. Thesis, Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville.
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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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2012
Salvatore, Christopher,  Gorman, Brian John . Gender-based perceptions of the 2001 anthrax attacks: Implications for outreach and preparedness. Security Journal.
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2011
Faust, Kelly L.,  Carlson, Susan M. Devastation in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina as a state crime: Social audience reactions. Crime, Law and Social Change. 55, (1), 33-51.
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2011
Hong, Sounman,  Nadler, Daniel . Does the early bird move the polls? The use of the social media tool 'Twitter' by U.S. politicians and its impact on public opinion. ACM International Conference Proceeding Series. 182-183.
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2011
Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research . Attitudes about Global Warming in the United States: A Data-Driven Learning Guide. Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research.
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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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