Iowa 2020

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We want to hear from YOU about the 2020 Iowa Caucuses!
Get a $5 gift card for a few minutes of your time!

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The University of Delaware and the Eagleton Center for Public Interest Polling need your help! We are conducting an important research study leading up to the 2020 Iowa Caucuses. You have been randomly selected to share your opinions on a few issues. Your participation is important to us! The survey should take about 10 minutes

As a thank you for completing our survey, buy something on us!  We would like to offer you a $5 gift card of your choice between Amazon, iTunes, Starbucks, or Target! You will be re-directed to a link to claim your gift card if eligible upon completion of the survey.

Your answers are confidential and will only be reported in combination with others. Your participation is voluntary, you may end at any time, and you may skip questions you do not want to answer. 

Your willingness to answer questions will indicate your consent to use your answers in our research project. It will not be possible for anyone besides our research team to link you to the data we collect. Data from this study may be used in future research without needing any additional information from you.

If you do not wish to take part in the survey, please close this website address. If you wish take part in the survey, follow the directions below. Please print out this consent form if you would like a copy of it for your files.

By beginning this research, I acknowledge that I am 18 years of age or older and have read and understand the information. I agree to take part in the research, with the knowledge that I am free to withdraw my participation in the research without penalty.

Click on the “I Agree” button to confirm your agreement to take part in the research.


If you have any questions about the study or study procedures, you may contact Dr. David Redlawsk of the University of Delaware at 302.831.2357 or via email at If you have any questions about your rights as a research subject, please contact an IRB Administrator at the University of Delaware at or 302.831.2137.