National Opinion Research Center


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National Opinion Research Center

An organization that conducts data collection and survey activities. Research areas include economics and personal finance, social development, education, mental health, and criminal justice. It was established in 1941 and is based at the University of Chicago.
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Also receiving a Fellow's honor this year is former SOI Mathematical Statistician Susan Hinkins, currently with the National Opinion Research Center, University of Chicago.
When pollsters from the National Opinion Research Center ask us about our jobs, three out of four of us say our jobs are interesting.
Gaylin and Caitlin Carroll Oppenheimer are with National Opinion Research Center.
The National Opinion Research Center (NORC) sought reimbursement of costs for filing and pursuing a protest challenging the award of a contract by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to operate a patient safety research coordinating center.
Indeed, survey data from the National Opinion Research Center (NORC) in Chicago show that many boomers may have become more conservative over the years, but only in a broad, general sense; on a range of individual issues, they've marched in the other direction.
The Survey of Consumer Finances, undertaken every three years since 1983, is being conducted for the Board by the National Opinion Research Center (NORC) at the University of Chicago through November of this year.
To participate, call the National Opinion Research Center (NORC) at 1-800-639-4270.
Full probability sampling from the National Opinion Research Center national probability sample was used for the survey years utilized in this study.
Smith, director of the General Social Survey, conducted by the National Opinion Research Center of the University of Chicago.
election year, a representative sample of 466 potential American voters was scientifically selected by the National Opinion Research Center (NORC) and assembled for four days at the University of Texas at Austin for a "National Issues Convention" (NIC), designed "to gauge what citizens would think about the issues if they engaged them much more than in their everyday lives--or than in answering ordinary surveys--by learning, thinking, and talking more about them" (p.
A 1993 National Opinion Research Center poll found that 71% supported greater investments in education.
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