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Andrew Kohut Named Winner of the 2014 Warren J. Mitofsky Award

Andrew Kohut 2014 Mitofsky Award winner The Roper Centerís Board of Directors is delighted to announce the 2014 Warren Mitofsky Award for Excellence in Public Opinion Research will be awarded to Andrew Kohut, preeminent public opinion pollster who has made a profound contribution to the understanding of politics and public affairs, both in the US and globally. Whether commentating on National Public Radio or the PBS NewsHour or providing quotes for the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, Washington Post or scores of other media outlets, Mr. Kohut is known for his gravitas and unbiased, wise, insightful analysis of how the collective public views a vast variety of subjects.

Learn more about the Mitofsky Award and this year's recipient.


Gary Langer: Passion Unleashed!

Gary Langer of Langer Research Associates Gary Langer, president of Langer Research Associates and Roper Center Board of Director, was interviewed by Tom Kolly the DRI Director of Communications. The interview covered the art of polling and both the 2013 and 2014 DRI National Poll on the Civil Justice System.

Read "A Conversation with DRI Pollster Gary Langer"


Public Opinion on Civil Rights: Reflections on the Civil Rights Act of 1964

Civil Rights act of 1964 protected the rights of people based on their race, and sex; prohibited discrimination in employment, hospitals, schools, restaurants, hotels, and theaters.

Likely the most sweeping civil rights legislation since Reconstruction, the Civil Rights Act of 1964 ushered in a new era in American civil rights as discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex or national origin was outlawed.

"Public Opinion on Civil Rights: Reflections on the Civil Rights Act of 1964"


Faculty Named First Roper Center Faculty Fellows

The Roper Center for Public Opinion Research has named four University of Connecticut scholars as the first recipients of its Faculty Fellowship Program.

The recipients are assistant professor Dr. Thomas Hayes, associate professors Dr. Virginia Hettinger and Dr. Matthew Singer all from the department of political science, and professor of sociology, Dr. Michael Wallace.

Learn more about the Faculty Fellowship Program and this year's recipients.

  • Faculty Fellows: Dr. Thomas Hayes, Dr. Michael Wallace, Dr. Virginia Hettinger and Dr. Matthew Singer.

  • Jeff Seemann, Vice President for Research, Dr. Michelle Williams, Associate Vice President for Research, Faculty Fellows, Paul Herrnson, the Centerís Executive Director and Professor of Political Science and Vice Provost for Academic Operations and Professor of Public Policy Amy Donahue

  • Paul Herrnson, the Centerís Executive Director and Professor of Political Science, Faculty Fellows, and Dean of CLAS and Mathematics Professor Jeremy Teitelbaum


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Introduction to Roper Center Services - Tour the various services available through the Center. Learn search strategies for using iPOLL and the Catalog of Dataset holdings as well as a variety of approaches to obtaining cross tabulations.

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