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Author: Alec M. Gallup Jr.
ISBN: 0842025871
Language: English
Pages: 596 pages
Category: Mathematics
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers (April 1, 1999)
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The Gallup Poll is the most comprehensive single source of American public opinion. For well over 60 years, the Gallup Organization has recorded the attitudes, beliefs, and values of Americans. The Gallup Poll is the only single work that captures the constantly shifting opinions and perceptions of Americans. Scholarly Resources is pleased to announce the publication of The Gallup Poll Cumulative Index, the long-anticipated guide to the Gallup Poll public opinion surveys. The Gallup Poll is the most comprehensive single source of American public opinion.

George Horace Gallup, Jr. (April 9, 1930 – November 21, 2011) was instantly recognized as the world’s leading pollster and former Chairman of the Board of the Gallup Organization. He was a highly sought after consultant and public speaker by universities, corporations and organizations.

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The Gallup Poll Cumulative Index: Public Opinion, 1935–1997 lists 10,000+ questions, but no results Gallup, George Horace, ed; the Gallup Poll. Hawbaker, Becky Wilson. Taking'the Pulse of Democracy': George Gallup and the Origin of the Gallup Poll. The Palimpsest 74 98–118. Description of Gallup's their impact on his development. Lavrakas, Paul J. et al. eds. Presidential Polls and the News Media Moore, David W; the Superpollsters: How They Measure and Manipulate Public Opinion in America Ohmer, Susan.

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The Gallup Poll Cumulative Index: Public Opinion, 1935-1997" (1999) lists 10,000+ questions, but no results Gallup, George Horace, ed. "The Gallup Poll; Public Opinion, 1935-1971" 3 vol (1972) summarizes results of each poll. Taking 'the Pulse of Democracy': George Gallup, Iowa, and the Origin of the Gallup Poll. The Palimpsest 74(3) 98-118. Gallup poll - The Gallup Poll is the division of Gallup that regularly conducts public opinion polls in the United States and more than 140 countries around the world.

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The Gallup Poll Cumulative Index: Public Opinion, 1935-1997 (1999) lists 10,000+ questions, but no results. Gallup, George Horace, ed. The Gallup Poll; Public Opinion, 1935-1971 3 vol (1972) summarizes results of each poll.

The Gallup Poll Cumulative Index: Public Opinion, 1935-1997 (1999) lists 10,000+ questions, but no results. Description of Gallup's Iowa years and their impact on his development.

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Gallup, Alec M. ed. The Gallup Poll Cumulative Index: Public Opinion, 1935–1997 (1999) lists 10,000+ questions, but no results. The Gallup Poll; Public Opinion, 1935–1971 3 vol (1972) summarizes results of each poll. The Palimpsest 74(3) 98–118. Presidential Polls and the News Media (1995)

Scholarly Resources is pleased to announce the publication of The Gallup Poll Cumulative Index, the long-anticipated guide to the Gallup Poll public opinion surveys.

The Gallup Poll is the most comprehensive single source of American public opinion. For well over 60 years, the Gallup Organization has recorded the attitudes, beliefs, and values of Americans. The Gallup Poll is the only single work that captures the constantly shifting opinions and perceptions of Americans.

Now available, in this one volume, is an invaluable reference tool to the 1935-1997 volumes of the Gallup Poll, and also an overall history to the past sixty-two years of Gallup surveys. The Cumulative Index allows researchers easy access to the results of poll conducted between 1935 and 1997.

All libraries, particularly those who own all or a portion of the annual editions will want to add this important resource to their collection.