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Public opinion polls

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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

National Opinion Research Center (NORC) Records

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Identifier: M042
Abstract National Opinion Research Center (NORC), a nonprofit corporation that provides the public with a voice in matters of national concern, was founded in 1941 under the direction of Harry H. Field (1897-1946) and was affiliated with the University of Denver, Denver, Colorado. Field believed a public opinion research center should not attempt to make predictions or sell products but should give voice to the ordinary people. In 1947 Clyde W. Hart became director and moved the operation to the...
Dates: 1941-1988; Majority of material found in 1942-1947

The Denver Clarion, vol. 75, issue 38, 1971 January 25

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Identifier: clarion_v075i38_19710125
Abstract Nelson highlights AWS week finale. Organizers look for student aides; Argentine group due Thursday. Steering committee seats first members on AUPB. Attorney General panned in lawyer poll; Gallup finds Ralph Nader “most popular”.
Dates: 1971 January 25

The Denver Clarion, vol. 88, issue 28, 1983 February 10

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Identifier: clarion_v088i28_19830210
Abstract Interest In Top Spots Low As Deadlines Near. AUSA Senate Poll Gets Answers On Students, Groups. Color Video Equipment Nearly On Line at Mass Comm.
Dates: 1983 February 10

The Denver Clarion, vol. 90, issue 12, 1984 October 18

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Identifier: clarion_v090i12_19841018
Abstract Arts, Sciences Faculties Protest Reorganization. AUSA Senate Polling Committee Conducted Student Survey on Oct. 9.
Dates: 1984 October 18

The Denver Clarion, vol. 109, 2003 April 8

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Identifier: clarion_v109_20030408
Abstract Senate scraps poll. Wall came tumbling down. Family center of society’s well-being.
Dates: 2003 April 8