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

Media Policy

Members of the media who are attending the meeting for the purpose of editorial coverage will be granted complimentary press ‎registration. In order to qualify for complimentary press registration, media members must apply with Rachel Nathanson and present the following credentials:

Press Credentials

AAPOR requires one document from the list below:
  • Police-issued Press Card
  • Current masthead or similar editorial page listing your name and editorial title
  • Link to your online publication showing your name and title in an editorial capacity. (Those with personal websites, editors, or content creators are not eligible.)
  • Letter on company stationery identifying you and your editorial position at a specific media outlet
  • Verifiable letter or assignment from a legitimate media outlet

Blogger Credentials

Blogs must reflect current public opinion and survey research-related posts. Bloggers will be approved on a case-by-case basis.‎

Influencer Credentials

Social media and other influencers will be approved on a case-by-case basis.

Sustaining Sponsors


Platinum Sponsors


Gold Sponsors

Abt Associates
D3 Systems, Inc.
Marketing Systems Group

Silver Sponsors

Ipsos Public Affairs, LLC
Ironwood Insights Group, LLC


Oxford University Press
Precision Research
Promark Research

Notice to Federal Employees

The Annual AAPOR Conference conforms to the OPM definition of a “developmental assignment.” It is intended for educational purposes; over three quarters of time schedule is for planned, organized exchange of information between presenters and audience, thereby qualifying under section 4101 of title 5, United States Code as a training activity. The AAPOR Conference is a collaboration in the scientific community, whose objectives are to provide a training opportunity to attendees; teach the latest methodology and approaches to survey research best practices; make each attendee a better survey researcher, and; maintain and improve professional survey competency.