Vol 4, No 6 (2011)

Table of Contents


Three Schools of Thought on “Public Opinion” Measures HTML PDF
David W. Moore
A Brief Comment on David Moore’s Article HTML PDF
Howard Schuman
Comparability of Measurement in Public Opinion Polls HTML PDF
George F. Bishop, Stephen T. Mockabee
Poll Produces Eye-popping Headline: Questionable Inferences Serve as Prop to Turn Public Perception on its Head HTML PDF
Seth A. Rosenthal
Prospects for Pre-election Polls in the Early 2012 Presidential Primaries HTML PDF
Michael W. Traugott
The Consequences of Measuring Non-Attitudes about Foreign Trade Preferences HTML PDF
Michael D. Cobb, Mark T. Nance

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