ANES is primarily a data collection organization and produces no reports or summary analysis based on any data (including its own). None of our studies are confined to a single topic, although all are concerned with electoral behavior, political participation, and public opinion. The possibilities for types of analysis are too numerous to count. We provide raw data (the individual-level responses to the questions appearing in our surveys) for academics, students, and other interested persons for use in their own research, typically using statistical software. Anyone can download ANES raw data for free and conduct their own research. Besides raw data, the only summary information made available by ANES is the subset of tables in the Guide to Public Opinion and Electoral Behavior, which displays simple output for a selection of variables representing individual questions that have been asked over a series of years in the ANES Time Series.