The inaugural Harvard-Harris Poll details the feelings of registered voters towards the U.S. government as a whole, as well as a specific look into the Trump administration and reveals just how everyone is feeling about the direction of our country and our economy. The Harvard-Harris Poll is an online survey of 2,148 registered voters, conducted between February 11 and 13, 2017. A detailed presentation of the results may be downloaded at the link below.
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Mark Penn and Stephen Ansolabehere supervise the Harvard Harris Poll. Penn served as President Clinton’s pollster for 6 years. Ansolabehere is Professor of Government at Harvard and runs the the Harvard Center for American Political Studies (CAPS). The Harvard-Harris Poll is a collaboration of Harvard CAPS and The Harris Poll. More details will soon be available at: http://harvardharrispoll.com.
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Begun in 1963, The Harris Poll is one of the longest running surveys measuring public opinion in the U.S. and is highly regarded throughout the world. The nationally representative polls, conducted primarily online, measure the knowledge, opinions, behaviors and motivations of the general public. New and trended polls on a wide variety of subjects including politics, the economy, healthcare, foreign affairs, science and technology, sports and entertainment, and lifestyles are published weekly.
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