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First names represent a rich source of material for historians interested in the social sciences. They represent what is perhaps the best source for investigating the attitudes and orientations of broad classes of society in times prior to the development of scientific public opinion research....
On November 7, 2000, just over half the US electorate voted for one or another of the candidates for President of the United States. Vice President Albert Gore (Democrat) got over half a million more votes than his Republican opponent Governor George W. Bush, a lead of one half of one percent of...
In this section the International Journal of Public Opinion Research will publish short reports about past and future activities of the World Association for Public Opinion Research and its members, as well as previews of forthcoming conferences and seminars that might be of interest to its...
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