The Rutgers-Eagleton Poll is the oldest statewide media poll in New Jersey . Survey releases can be found on the web-site. Through a joint effort with the Scholarly Communications Center at Rutgers , Eagleton offers an on-line searchable archive of all its New Jersey media polls since 1971.
Association for Public Opinion Research (AAPOR) was founded in 1947
to disseminate public opinion research through Public Opinion Quarterly
and to promote professional standards of conduct. ECPIP adheres
to AAPORs standards.
Council on Public Polls (NCPP) has aimed to set ethical standards
for pollsters and increase public knowledge about polls since its inception
in 1969. ECPIP abides by NCPPs principles of disclosure. NCPP
publishes a useful booklet entitled Twenty Questions a Journalist
Should Ask About Poll Results, available on their website.
Network of State Polls (NNSP), of which ECPIP is a charter member,
provides an extensive database of surveys. The NNSP archive currently
contains over 350 state-level studies (consisting of over 31,000 questions)
from 22 survey organizations in 19 states, including the national Harris
Polls. Question text and results are searchable on-line.
Polling Report is an "independent, nonpartisan resource on trends
in American public opinion." They have both free and subscription
on the Net contains a guide to more than
800 Internet sites of social science statistical data, including U.S.
The University of Michigan
is home to the Inter-University
Consortium for Political and Social Research international data archive
as well as the National
Center for Public Opinion Research houses a number of data archives,
including the National Opinion Research Center's General Social Surveys.
Post Data Directory provides links to public opinion data published
on the Internet by nonpartisan organizations.