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Gallup Permissions

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If you would like to reprint or reproduce Gallup's published books, reports or content from Gallup.com (news articles, polls, graphs, tables, etc.):

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If you would like to submit a research proposal to Gallup:

Gallup's Research Group meets monthly to review research proposals seeking to use Gallup's intellectual property. Please submit your proposal, along with answers to the following questions, to researchproposals@gallup.com:

  1. Who will conduct the research and what are their credentials?
  2. What is the objective of the research -- what is the research question?
  3. What is the design?
  4. Gallup scientists review the research and methodology of studies conducted using Gallup instruments to ensure quality work, accurate representation and to assess additive value relative to prior research on the instruments. Would the researcher(s) be willing to adjust the research and methodologies based on Gallup scientists' feedback and involvement?
  5. To whom would the results be published?
  6. Gallup reviews studies conducted on its instruments to ensure quality work and accurate representation. Would the researcher(s) allow Gallup's approval of public release of the findings?