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Keywords Be specific. For example, if you're looking for information on Richard Nixon, enter "Richard Nixon" rather than "president." The Gallup Brain search engine excludes common words and characters such as "of" and "the."
Word Variations To provide the most accurate results, the Gallup Brain automatically searches for derivatives of your keyword(s). For example, if you type the keyword "America," it will also find "American." Similarly, if you type "politic," it will also find "political."
Capitalization Searches are not case sensitive. All letters, regardless of how you type them, will be read as lowercase.
Use the Topics & Trends A-Z listing to get to compiled results over the years. Most compilations cover recent decades.
"Election Polls - Vote by Groups" goes back to 1952.
Take a group of questions that share the same scale (e.g., the questions were all rated on a 1-to-5 scale) and view the responses over the period of time you specified in your search.
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