We are pleased to announce that our Polling the Nations database is being completely redesigned, rebuilt from the ground up, later this month. The new and improved resource—indispensable for anyone seeking poll data on issues going back more than a third of a century—will feature a cleaner, fully responsive design; thousands of new poll questions and interactive tools; and a streamlined, more intuitive user experience. Users will find the same authoritative data (and much more of it!) but with greater flexibility to customize and organize the information exactly as they wish.
REGISTER FOR A SPECIAL GUIDED TOUR of the New Polling the Nations with Editor-in-Chief Andrew Gyory on Wednesday, December 2, 2020, at 2 p.m. ET.
HERE ARE HIGHLIGHTS OF THE KEY ENHANCEMENTS:
- Cleaner, clearer, more visual appeal
- Easier, faster access to polls dating back to 1986
- Fully responsive and mobile-friendly—get the information you need on the go
- Fresh new home page design showcasing current high-interest polls, with quick links to browse or filter by featured topics, locations, and sources
- New index pages for Topics, Sources, and Locations
- More than 50,000 new poll questions added—bringing the total to 750,000+ questions from 18,000+ polls from across the country and all around the globe!
- More intuitive navigation and simplified page tools
- New interactive tools to customize poll data for reports and presentations; display polls by bar graph, pie chart, or raw data
- More powerful search, with convenient new ways to browse and filter search results
- New My Content feature allowing users to save and organize polls for future reference
- Accessibility improvements and updated VPAT, to provide a comfortable user experience for all users
- New dynamic citations in MLA and Chicago formats, with EasyBib export functionality
- And much more!