The following datasets are available to William & Mary students, faculty, and staff only. You will be prompted to login with your W&M credentials to download these files.

Access/License restrictions 

Before using these datasets, please be aware of the following restrictions:

  • Only William & Mary faculty, staff, and students may download, use, and manipulate the data.
  • You may create reports and publish externally, redistribute, and manipulate such reports, so long as such externally distributed reports do not contain only Gallup data and so long as Gallup data are not included in a report in a quantity or specificity that could reasonably be deemed to be a substitute for acquiring the data from Gallup.
  • William & Mary affiliates may not share Gallup data with any third party. 
  • Reports must include attribution when Gallup data are included without modification or are used as a direct source of analysis. 

Available datasets

  • The Gallup Poll Social Series (GPSS) is a set of public opinion surveys designed to monitor U.S. adults’ views on numerous social, economic, and political topics. The topics are arranged thematically across 12 surveys. Gallup administers these surveys during the same month every year, since 2000 or 2001 to present, and includes the survey’s core trend questions in the same order for each administration.

  • Beginning March 13, 2020, Gallup began daily surveys of random samples of US adults (18+), who were already members of the Gallup Panel, about their lives during the COVID-19 crisis.  

  • The Gallup US Tracking Poll (formerly US Daily Tracking Poll/US Dailies) microdata covers polls conducted from 2008-2017, aiming to sample 1,000 respondents per day throughout the year, and 2018-2019, with a similar sample on a weekly and monthly basis. The microdata provides year, month, date, and day of the week variables; geographic variables include region, state, metropolitan area, congressional district, and ZIP code. Weighting variables are provided to produce nationwide estimates from the sample data.

  • W&M introduces Gartner’s Campus Access, offering students, faculty, and staff unlimited access to top-notch research on IT trends, vendors, products, and technologies. Gartner provides detailed technical insights, knowledge, and best practices to enhance initiatives and results, expedite project timelines, and reduce risk.

  • Since 2006, Gallup's World Poll surveys adults in more than 160 countries, representing more than 99% of the world's population using randomly selected, nationally representative samples. Gallup typically surveys 1,000 individuals in each country using a standard set of core questions that has been translated into the major languages of each country. Some annual national samples include surveys of 2,000, 4,000, or even 10,000 respondents. Weighting variables are provided to produce nationwide estimates from the sample data.