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A wealth of information from opinion polls, special reports, trends, and social audits from the nation's leading pollster.
Published by the Hoover Institution, a public policy research center at Stanford University, the Digest consists of short articles and opinion pieces written by the Institution’s scholars. The mix of articles includes original pieces as well as reprinted material and excerpts from books and monographs.
Internet Crossroads in the Social Sciences
Links to data collections and articles from the government and from associations on subjects like economics, health, labor, demographics.
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