Top Secret America.  Top secret America, by The Washington Post. Pollster.com - Political Surveys and Election Polls, Trends, Cha. General Social Survey. The GSS contains a standard 'core' of demographic, behavioral, and attitudinal questions, plus topics of special interest.
Many of the core questions have remained unchanged since 1972 to facilitate time-trend studies as well as replication of earlier findings. The GSS takes the pulse of America, and is a unique and valuable resource. It has tracked the opinions of Americans over the last four decades. Trends The GSS is widely regarded as the single best source of data on societal trends. Cross-National Data Cross-national data are collected as part of the International Social Survey Program (ISSP).
General Social Survey. The GSS was recently linked to the National Death Index.
This freely available dataset allows researchers to explore the association between variables in the General Social Survey and human longevity. For instance, it is possible to explore the association between happiness and life expectancy. The dataset and codebook are available for download by the public. See also References External links The GSS Website allows users to search GSS information, test hypotheses, and look for interesting correlationswww.gss.norc.orgSDA - GSS 1972-2010 Cumulative Datafile - Tool from Berkeley for querying GSS dataBiomedcentral.com - Information about the GSS-NDI datasetstep-by-step how to analyze the General Social Survey with free tools website.
Data.gov. Data.gov.uk Newspaper. Friday, October 16th 2009 Over the last three days we’ve been working on a side project.
A design exercise if you like. We’ve been thinking about the beta Data.gov.uk repository, and wanted to explore putting some of the information contained within into people’s hands in a form that is accessible, timely, and relevant. And perhaps unsurprisingly, we thought a good way to do that was with a newspaper. So here it is, the Postcode Paper: It’s a prototype of a service for people moving into a new area.
It gathers information about your area, such as local services, environmental information and crime statistics. It’s not just data from central government – we also scraped TFL for travel times, and ITO generated us a bespoke spider map of transport options in our area. And there’s stuff from the NHS and the council. We printed 50, and gave them out to a room full of civil servants, who seemed very excited its possibilities. Thanks to Gavin Bell and Dan Catt for helping out. Data.gov.uk Newspaper: Opening Up Local Information as a Newspap.
The data.gov.uk Newspaper [newspaperclub.co.uk] is a tangible prototype of a potential service targeting people who recently moved into a new area, and shows information about the area, such as local services, environmental information, crime statistics, travel times, transportation options, education and healthcare.
The current project acts as a prototype / working demonstration of the creative and original possibilities that are possible when governments would open some of the valuable datasets they have currently in their position. It also hopes to encourage some more data to get opened up to the public. Also on Nodalities. Via @blprnt. PatentStorm: U.S. Patents. Congress Speaks. Compare What Your Senators and Reps are Talking About With Congr. Congress Speaks: All Words Spoken in the 110th US Congress - inf. USGovXML.com: Home. Data.gov is Live. Welcome to USAspending.gov. USAspending.gov: Where Americans Can See where their Money Goes. OpenSecrets.org: Money in Politics.
OpenSecrets.org Goes OpenData. Community Government Document Review Syste.