The Gallup Poll is the most comprehensive single source of American public opinion. For well over 60 years, the Gallup Organization has recorded the attitudes, beliefs, and values of Americans. The Gallup Poll is the only single work that captures the constantly shifting opinions and perceptions of Americans. Now available, in this one volume, is an invaluable reference tool to the 1998-2007 volumes of the Gallup Poll. The Cumulative Index allows researchers easy access to the results of the polls conducted between 1998 and 2007. All libraries, particularly those who own all or a portion of the annual editions will want to add this important resource to their collection.
Alec M. Gallup is chairman of the Gallup Poll. His publications include Presidential Approval: A Source Book (1990), The Gallup Poll Cumulative Index: Public Opinion 1935-1997 (1999), and British Political Opinion 1937-2000: The Gallup Polls (2001). Frank Newport is editor-in-chief of the Gallup Poll. He is the author of Polling Matters: Why Leaders Must Listen to the Wisdom of the People and co-author of The Evangelical Voter.
Part 1 Introduction Part 2 About the Index Chapter 3 Contents of the Collection Chapter 4 About the Gallup Poll Part 5 Gallup Poll Accuracy Records Chapter 6 Presidential Elections Chapter 7 Congressional Elections Part 8 Gallup Poll Sampling Procedures Part 9 Gallup Poll Cumulative Index, 1998-2007