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Trial on Gallup Analytics – Access to World Poll and U.S. Daily data

by Marijke van der Ploeg on 2021-12-01T09:01:00+01:00 in Databases | Comments

Tilburg University Library has arranged trial access to Gallup Analytics with access to Gallup World Poll data. The trial ends March 13, 2022.

What is the Gallup World Poll?

The Gallup World Poll tracks the most important issues worldwide, such as food access, employment, leadership performance, and well-being. Since creating the World Poll in 2005, Gallup has conducted studies in more than 160 countries that represents 99% of the world's adult population. The World Poll survey includes more than 100 global questions as well as region-specific items. Gallup asks residents from Australia to Pakistan the same questions, every time, in the same way. This makes it possible to trend data from year to year and make direct country comparisons.

Data visualization tool Gallup Analytics

The trial access is for the data visualization tool Gallup Analytics. With the tool you will be able to explore the existing data findings from the World Poll (run from 2006-present) in about 150 countries per year across a repeating battery of the same 80-100 items. The U.S. Daily Poll data that were ran from 2008-2016 are also available as well as the items from the Gallup Poll Social Series.

Main topics

The main topics of the World Poll, US Dailies and Gallup Poll Social Series are: Business and economics, Citizen engagement, Communications and technology, Education and families, Food and shelter; Environment and energy, Government and politics, Health, Law and order, Religion and ethics, Social issues, Well-being, and Work.

Where to find Gallup Analytics?

You can access the database from our database list via this link, both on and off-campus.

More information

In How does the Gallup World Poll work it is explained how interviews are conducted for the Gallup World Poll, how many and how often interviews are conducted, and why Gallup weights World Poll samples. 

Let us know what you think!

We welcome any comments you have about this trial on Gallup Analytics. Please let us know by sending an email to lis-collectiespecialisten@lists.uvt.nl. Or report your findings to your faculty's research policy officer; they will inform us. 


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