Polling and the Public: What Every Citizen Should Know (2nd edition)

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How can a public opinion poll of only 1,500 Americans accurately represent the entire population? Asher demystifies this and other polling issues with clear descriptions, colorful anecdotes, and such up-to-date examples as polls concerning doctor-assisted suicide and NATO expansion. He explains how the wording and ordering of the survey questions, ...

Polling and the Public: What Every Citizen Should Know 2011, CQ Press, Washington, DC

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Polling and the Public: What Every Citizen Should Know 2007, CQ Press, Washington, DC

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Polling and the Public: What Every Citizen Should Know 2004, CQ Press, Washington, DC

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Polling and the Public: What Every Citizen Should Know 2001, CQ Press

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Polling and the Public: What Every Citizen Should Know 1998, CQ-Roll Call Group Books, Washington, DC

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Polling and the Public: What Every Citizen Should Know 1995, CQ-Roll Call Group Books, Washington, DC

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Polling and the Public: What Every Citizen Should Know 1991, CQ-Roll Call Group Books, Washington, DC

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Polling and the Public: What Every Citizen Should Know 1987, Congressional Quarterly Books

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