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American Association for Public Opinion Research

American Association for Public Opinion Research to Hold 75th Annual Conference Virtually

WASHINGTON, DC — The American Association for Public Opinion Research (AAPOR) will welcome public opinion research professionals for two days of sessions and discussion about the latest trends on social issues and the election, as well as research methodologies, during their 75th Annual Conference. The virtual conference will be held June 11-12, 2020.

The AAPOR Annual Conference is the place for media, researchers, scientists and educators to get up to date with the latest public opinion insights and research methods.

The conference offers two days of more than 350 presentations representing a variety of organizations. They will present papers on a variety of public opinion and survey research methodology topics, including public opinion and COVID-19, the role of public opinion in democracy, elections and political polling, opinion trends on a wide range of social issues, online research methods, big data, social media research and cell phone sampling. More information is available on our Conference Website. 

Journalists who are employed by accredited news organizations attending the meeting for the purpose of editorial coverage will be granted complimentary press credentials. To qualify, journalists are required to pre-register.

Members of the media who want to register should contact Eric Bailey at [email protected].
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The American Association for Public Opinion Research (AAPOR) is the leading professional organization of public opinion and survey research professionals in the U.S., with members from academia, media, government, the non-profit sector and private industry. AAPOR members embrace the principle that public opinion research is essential to a healthy democracy, providing information crucial to informed policymaking and giving voice to the nation's beliefs, attitudes and desires. It promotes a better public understanding of this role, as well as the sound and ethical conduct and use of public opinion research. www.aapor.org