AAPOR
The leading association
of public opinion and
survey research professionals
American Association for Public Opinion Research

2016
A Call for Inclusion: Why AAPOR Needs an Increased Focus to Thrive
Mollyann Brodie

 
2015
AAPOR 2025 and the Opportunities in the Decade Before US
Michael W. Link
 

2014
Borne of a Renaissance—A Metamorphosis for Our Future

Robert L. Santos

2013
Applying a Total Error Perspective for Improving Research Quality in the Social, Behavioral, and Marketing Sciences
Paul J. Lavrakas


2012
Survey Research, Its New Frontiers, and Democracy
Scott Keeter


2011
Taking Aapor's Mission To Heart
Frank Newport


2010
The Road to Transparency in Survey Research
Peter V. Miller
 

2009

Plus Ça Change, Plus C’est La Même Chose? AAPOR’s Standards Code and Procedures
Richard A. Kulka


2008
The Quagmire of Reporting Presidential Primary Election Polls
Nancy A. Mathiowetz


2007
Gladly would We Learn and Teach – and Gladly should We Gather and Preach
Robert P. Daves


2006
The Future Is Here! Where Are We Now? and How Do We Get There?
Cliff Zukin


2005
Privilege, Moral Responsibility, and Diversity in Public Opinion Research
Nancy Belden


2004
Unfinished Business
Elizabeth Martin


2003
Toward a New Research Relevancy: Winning Our Seat at the Table
Mark A Schulman


2002
Navigating the Rapids of Change: Some Observations on Survey Methodology in the Early Twenty-First Century
Don A. Dillman


2001
Defining Our Profession and Ourselves
Murray Edelman


2000
Polling in the Public's Interest
Michael Traugott

1999
Public Opinion and Polling During Presidential Scandal and Impeachment
Michael R. Kagay

1998
Survey and Market Research Confront Their Futures on the World Wide Web
James R. Beniger

1997
A Proposal for a New Role and New Voice for AAPOR
Diane Colasanto

1996
The Educational Infrastructure of the Survey Research Profession
Robert M. Groves

1995
Opinion Polls and the Democratic Process: 1945/1995
Andrew Kohut

1994
Informed Consent and Confidentiality in Survey Research
Stanley Presser

1993
Noise and Clamor: The Unintended Consequences of Success
Kathleen A. Frankovic

1992
A Response to the Nonresponse Problem
Norman M. Bradburn


1991
Trashing the Polls
Joan S. Black


1990
Polling as Political Science and Polling as Journalism
Philip Meyer
 

1989
Methods and Standards: A Challenge for Change
Warren J. Mitofsky


1988
Pushing Back the Limits to Surveys
Eleanor Singer


1987
Improving the Public's Opinion of Public Opinion
J. Robald Milavsky


1986
Ordinary Questions, Survey Questions and Policy Questions
Howard Schuman


1985
In Search of a Useable Past
Albert E. Gollin


1984
Researchers and Respondents in the 1980s
Laure M. Sharp


1983
Some Things That Concern Me
Burns W. Roper


1982
The Presidents and the Polls
Seymour Sudman


1981
Some Issues of Research Quality
Helen J. Kaufmann


1980
Lifestyles, Longevity and the Quality of Life
Jack Elinson


1979
Close Enough for All Practical Purposes
Reuben Cohen


1978

1977
Attitude Measurement, Theory and Prediction
Irving Crespi


1976
Some Thoughts on Recent Public Opinion Research
Richard Maisel


1975
The Business of Research
Herbert I. Abelson


1974
Behaviorism, Functionalism and Mass Communications Policy
Harold Mendelsohn


1973
Public Opinion and Social Change
Sidney Hollander


1972
Public Opinion Research as Communication
W. Phillips Davison


1971
A New Goal for AAPOR
Richard H. Baxter


1970
Caveat Venditor: Some Observations on Research Sponsors and Professional Standards
Robert T. Bower


1969
The Obstinate Employee
Robert N. Ford


1968
AAPOR Times 21
Paul B. Sheatsley


1967
No Opinion, Don't Know and Maybe No Answer
Leo Bogart


1966
Social Indicators and Sample Surveys
Raymond A. Bauer


1965
The Impact of Television Advertising: Learning without Involvement
Herbert E. Krugman


1964
Images of Man and Public Opinion
Charles Y. Glock


1963
Mass Communication Research: An Old Road Resurveyed
Joseph T. Klapper


1962
Reflections on Data Sources in Opinion Research
John W. Riley, Jr.


1961
High Noon in the Research Marketplace
Robert O. Carlson


1960
Reflections on Reference Groups
Herbert H. Hyman


1959
A Tribute to the Second Sigma
David Wallace


1958
Must a Researcher Tell the Truth?
Frederick F. Stephan


1957
Public Opinion Between Elections
Gerhart D. Wiebe


1956
Public Opinion Research as Science
Harry Alpert


1955
The Absorption Rate of Ideas
George Gallup


1954
1665 and 1954
Samuel A. Stouffer


1953
Credo
Archibald M. Crossley


1952
Democratic Theory and Public Opinion
Bernard Berelson


1951
Public Opinion Research 1951-1970: A Not-Too-Reverent History
Julian L. Woodward


1950
The Obligations of the 1950 Pollster to the 1984 Historian
Paul F. Lazarsfeld


1949
Foreward and Opening Remarks
Elmo C. Wilson


1948
Foreward and Opening Remarks
Clyde W. Hart


1947
First Order of Business
Lucien Warner, Committee Chairman