The Gallup World Poll measures factors such as well-being, employment, law and order, food and shelter, migration, personal health, financial issues, civic engagement, and communications as they pertain to world development indicators. These data can then be used by leaders in understanding national interests and concerns and to develop relationships between the indexes created and lagging economic outcomes. The poll is usually administered to 1,000 randomly selected individuals ages 15 and older in 160 counties worldwide once per year. Sometimes it is conducted on a semiannual or biennial basis, depending on the country. The poll consists of a set of core questions as well supplemental questions that are asked in some regions. It is administered via a one-hour face-to-face interview or a half-hour phone interview.
The UWDC allows access to respondent-level data from the World Poll collected between 2006 and 2017, as well as, micro-level US Tracker data from 2008 to 2017. Accessing the codebook and questionnaires requires free registration with the World Poll Reference Tool; see the Documentation link for further information.
Cross-sectional, Monthly or Annually from 2006 to 2018
Global and US
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