ITHACA— Tompkins County Public Library has partnered with the Roper Center for Public Opinion Research at Cornell University to provide TCPL card holders access to the America’s Voice Project, a database of polling research dating back to the 1930s. Patrons can access America’s Voice Project through TCPL’s research database page.
With a mission to collect, preserve, and disseminate only the most methodologically sound polling data, the Roper Center and the America’s Voice Project offer educators, journalists, researchers, and civic-minded members of the public access to over 700,000 question results on a broad range of topics, including sports, politics and government, world conflict, healthcare, immigration, science and technology, economics, civil rights, the environment, and more. The archive is updated daily and features data from as early as 1935 from the most reputable sources for public polling, such as Gallup, Pew, ABC News, The New York Times, AP, CBS News, FannieMae, AARP, USA Today, the Kaiser Family Foundation, Monmouth University, the Washington Post, and many others.
Please contact librarian Asia Bonacci with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.