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Polling & Public Opinion: Polling & Public Opinion

Guide to finding polling and public opinion data.

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Polling & Public Opinion

About Polling & Public Opinion

Polling is an "attempt to measure public opinion by taking a survey of the views of a representative sample of the electorate; the science of opinion sampling is called psephology. Most standard polls take random samples of around a thousand voters, which give results that should be accurate to within three percentage points, 95% of the time." 

From Opinion Poll. (2018). In Helicon (Ed.), The Hutchinson unabridged encyclopedia with atlas and weather guide. Abington, UK: Helicon. Retrieved from