The Gallup Poll: Public Opinion, 1935-1971
These volumes contain the findings of all Gallup Poll reports from the founding of the Gallup Poll in October 1935 through December 1971. The more than 7,000 reports present a view of changing American political and social thought since the New Deal. - Preface.
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