IPOLL, from the Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, is a full text database of 500,000 questions from national public opinion surveys since 1935 and updated daily. iPOLL includes survey results data from academic, commercial and media survey organizations such as Gallup, Harris Interactive, Pew Research Associates, ABC, CBS, Wall Street Journal and many more. Many data sets are available for download in ASCII or SPSS format.
Index Chemicus provides researchers with quick, powerful access to the chemical compound information they need to find research data, analyze trends, journals and researchers, and share their findings. Covering more than 100 of the world's leading organic chemistry journals, Index Chemicus® is text- and substructure-searchable, and offers full graphical summaries, important reaction diagrams, and complete bibliographic information. Can also be searched with other citation databases in Web of Science from the Web of Knowledge platform.
InCites is a customized, citation-based research evaluation tool on the Web that enables you to analyze institutional productivity and benchmark your output against peers worldwide. Our subscription only includes access to the Global Comparisons data.
Complete tables of contents and bibliographic information from the world's leading scholarly journals and books. Journal Citation Reports® is published annually in two editions. JCR Science Edition contains data about more than 8,000 journals in science and technology. JCR Social Sciences Edition contains data about more than 2,600 journals in the social sciences.
2010 Summary File (SF1) in 2000 Boundaries: Provides the same variables and provides all of the same details about the population of the United States. It is a 100 % count of all Americans. It includes race, Hispanics, age of head of household, age of children, presence of older relatives, composition of the family, family size, rent vs. own, etc.
AmericasBarometer consists of public opinion surveys carried out by the Latin American Public Opinion project as part of its Americas Barometer series. The sample sizes, county coverage and questionnaire content will vary from survey wave to wave. Normally, a new wave is conducted every two years, but this is not guaranteed as it depends on grant and contract funding to the Latin American Public Opinion Project.