Foundations, policy institutes, and other organizations are often sources of polls, surveys, studies, and reports. Be aware of bias. Here are some non-partisan sources:
The Annenberg Public Policy Center - Media and the press, and their influence in society and politics.
Council on Foreign Relations - Pre-eminent resource for all sides of policy and opinion on foreign affairs.
The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation - Health care and health policy.
Mathematica Policy Research, Inc. - Research on health, labor, welfare, education, and nutrition.
National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education - Research on the current state of higher education. Discover how Ohio is doing.
Pew Charitable Trusts - Look under "Topics."
Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life - "No matter our politics, we cannot escape our beliefs." This site examines the meaning of that idea.
Public Agenda - Public opinion research and issue guides.
The Urban Institute - Issues related to low-income and minority Americans.
Woodrow Wilson Center - Current and enduring public issues. You can locate articles in their publication, Wilson Quarterly. Type it's name and search to see where it is available in full-text inthe library's databases.
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