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Political Science: Selected Websites

Useful Political Science Websites

Click the links below to visit the selected websites. 


American Political Science Association  – This is the official Web site of the American Political Science Association. This site contains links to political science publications, a listing of discussion groups, and information pertaining to meetings, teaching, jobs and careers, and other information. Also included is a search engine for searching within the site.

Dave Leip's Atlas of U.S. Presidential Elections - This web site contains the general election results dating back to 1789.

Electoral College - On this web page of the website of the U.S. National Archives and Records Administration, you can find information about the electoral college as well as electoral college results for all U.S. presidential elections dating back to 1789.

Gallup Polls - This website provides the most recent public opinion polls.  – the U.S. government’s official Web portal. On this Web site, you can find government agencies and information on many other topics.


*Roberts-LaForge Library provides access to online journals through its Electronic Journals holdings. These holdings are accessible through the library’s home page: Searches may be done by subject, index, or title. Some titles may overlap with the library’s print subscriptions.  

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