ANES Pilot Studies are designed to test both new methods and new substantive instrumentation. The experiments provide suggestions for future improvements to the ANES time series studies. The Pilot Study Reports tend to focus more on substantive questions than on methodological issues.
Any opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in these materials are those of the authors and do not
necessarily reflect the views of ANES or its funding organizations.
ANES Technical Reports, commissioned on an ad hoc basis, examine a variety of methodological issues related to the ANES surveys. The Technical Reports tend to focus more on methodological issues than on substantive questions.
Any opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in these materials are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of ANES or its funding organizations.
The ANES Bibliography is a work in progress. It currently includes over 6,500 citations that make use of ANES data or questions.
The Bibliography is offered as a research and teaching resource that should be useful for many different purposes. Given the
importance of ANES data in the fields of electoral politics, public opinion, and political participation, the Bibliography should
be an excellent resource for researchers, teachers, students, and other professionals interested in research in those areas. It is
not, of course, a comprehensive bibliography in those fields because only research relying at least in part on ANES data