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American Association for Public Opinion Research


The American Association for Public Opinion Research (AAPOR), the nation's leading association for public opinion and survey research professionals, is pleased to announce our 2017award winners. These accomplished members of our public opinion and survey research community will be honored during the annual award banquet held at the 72nd Annual Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana.
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Upcoming Webinars:
A Primer to Web Scraping with R
Presented by Simon Munzert, PhD
Wednesday, April 12, 2017

AAPOR to Examine 2016 Presidential Election Polling

AAPOR Profile: Frank Newport

As Editor in Chief at Gallup, Frank Newport operates at the intersection of polling and journalism. In addition to serving as the president of AAPOR 2010-2011, Newport co-chaired the Task Force on Public Opinion and Leadership with Robert Shapiro from November 2010 to September 2013. The task force studied how leaders can use data on public opinion in their policymaking, concluding, in Newport’s words, “The public is actually smarter than you think they are . . . they make rational decisions and public opinion can be and should be valuable.” Read more about Frank Newport.





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