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Political Behavior in Midterm Elections by
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iPoll databank Users that have an email address with the extension @uiowa.edu can self-register by visiting: https://ropercenter.cornell.edu/ipoll/login although registration is no longer necessary to search or download when connected to the campus network.
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IPoll is a comprehensive, up-to-date source for US nationwide public opinion. A full-text retrieval system, the iPoll online database is organized at the question level, providing the tools to sift through nearly a half million questions asked on national public opinion surveys, 1935 to present. Surveys archived in the Roper Catalog were originally gathered by academic, commercial and media survey organizations such as Gallup Organization, Harris Interactive, Pew Research Associates, and many more.
Library and Archives of New Hampshire's Political Tradition
Covers every primary since 1952. Collections include a variety of material such as campaign literature, correspondence, strategy papers, newspaper articles, periodicals, books, video and audiotapes, photographs, buttons, posters and speeches.
National Journal National Journal is comprehensive resource on politics and policy for the academic community and it includes access to National Journal, National Journal Daily, National Journal Hotline, National Journal Almanac, and Race Tracker. Find information about Congressional Races and Presidential Elections, including polling, fundraising, spending, and ratings from advocacy organizations.
Pew Research Center
Covers U.S. public opinion, global attitudes, the impact of the internet on American life, the role of religion in public life, the changing experiences of Hispanics in the United States, and policy trends throughout the 50 states.